Baseball Poetry

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The poem that stood out the most to me is a poem by Greg Hall called Baseball Is. I looked through many baseball poems and this is what I got. I did a baseball poem because they may be easier to understand, because some are hard to understand. Greg Hall channels alot of my different emotions when it comes to baseball and his poem. He definitely can connect with readers because he seems to have baseball knowledge and he does. He has the perfect baseball references that are really eye opening to a goofy baseball player. In this poem he displays a lifetime of references and repetition.
In the first to sentences he instantly grabbed my attention with almost a scary realization. “ Baseball is grass, chalk, and dirt displayed the same yet differently In every park that has ever heard the words play ball.” this is referring to every ball parts distinct personality and location. Fenway park a towering 37 foot 2 inch wall, called the Green Monster, in left field. And Wrigley field home of the Cubs and the loudest fans around. In every baseball park i've
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But it’s so beautiful baseball’s the only sport you can see both and eight years old on the bottom of a body pile after a game winning double; And a bunch of grown men doing the same thing after a double. I to have experienced this same rush, it's something that can last a lifetime.
“Baseball is a language of very simple words that tell unbelievably magic tales. Baseball is three brothers in the same uniform on the same team for one brief summer Captured forever in a black and white photo on a table by the couch. Every baseball player just like Greg Hall have been on that unforgettable team with the unforgettable teammates.
The pictures next to Hall’s couch are as the ones on my wall. We both share the same tales with different