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JEREMIAH GRAZIANO RINGSIDE’S NEW CHAMP

JEREMIAH GRAZIANO RINGSIDE’S NEW CHAMP My opponent's huge but his brain is small I'll bust his chin and watch him fall. He'll greet the mat and moan and groan As I stand in victory, he'll lie alone

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Conservative Poet Tom Zart's = BOXERS, PAST AND PRESENT

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 THE BOXER


My opponent’s huge but his brain is small
I’ll bust his chin and watch him fall.
He’ll greet the mat and moan and groan
As I stand in victory, he’ll lie alone.

Boxing is a game of sport
Loved by all both tall and short.
Cheers and shouts shall fill the air
Far more than a circus or fair.

I’ll jump the ropes and respond to the bell
Engage in combat and fight like hell.
As the punishment begins, behold the test
Soon the fans will know, Who’s Best.


BOXERS, PAST & PRESENT


The Greek and Roman athletes
Wore studs of iron on each hand
Beating and clawing each other
Like two tigers on the sand.

The English called it boxing first
To pound someone with your fist.
Mostly it was done for money
But sometimes by those just pissed.

Matches of the bare-knuckle days
Lasted fifty rounds or more
Till one man's towel would be thrown in
As he lay upon the floor.

Boxers now use soft leather gloves
With their hands wrapped in cotton.
Wearing a mouthpiece for teeth and lips
They fight like those forgotten.

 

 

 

By Conservative Poet

Tom Zart

Most Published Poet

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Boxing Poet Tom Zart's = JOHN BROWN of RINGSIDE

Lenexa KS

 

                                             JOHN BROWN of RINGSIDE

 

He chose his opportunities

To become strong, not weak

By pulling up his boot straps

He acquired the dreams trainers seek.

 

His personal goals of well being

Have never stood in the way

Of bringing out his boxer's best

No matter what others may say.

 

His devotion has proven contagious

It's the brilliance of his kind

What you find within him

Is great character of mind.

 

With determination, he must live

For his life to be complete

With lots of love and family life

He triumphs, even in defeat.

 

He was raised to participate

Within his community

With his fellow men and women

He enriches life and liberty.

 

Boxing is a game of sport

Loved by all both tall and short.

Cheers and shouts shall fill the air

Far more than a circus or  fair.

 

There's no substitute for winning

And no excuse for losing.

Though after fights, when we can't sleep

It's because of all the bruising.

 

The Greek and Roman athletes

Wore studs of iron on each hand

Beating and clawing each other

Like two tigers on the sand.

 

The English called it boxing first

To pound someone with your fist.

Mostly it was done for money

But sometimes by those just pissed.

 

Matches of the bare-knuckle days

Lasted fifty rounds or more

Till one man's towel would be thrown in

As he lay upon the floor.

 

Boxers now use soft leather gloves

With their hands wrapped in cotton.

Wearing a mouthpiece for teeth and lips

They fight like those forgotten.

 

If you hunger for possessions and fame

And have what it takes to stand tall.

Get ready for combat and say your prayers

And Give John Brown at Ringside a call.

 

 

By Boxing Poet

Tom Zart

Most Published Poet

On The Web

 

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You can hear all of Tom Zart’s 332 poems
of love, war, faith and more 24-7 on web radio at

http://internetvoicesradio.com/Arch-TomZart.htm

Tom Zart ARCHIVES:

Global
Special
Operations
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http://www.globalspecialoperations.com/tomzart2.html

 

 

 

 

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