Golf

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Golf

(A Pantoum)
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He cleanly strokes the small white orb,

With mighty swing applied so well.

Imparting power balls absorb,

In curving arc, it flew and fell.

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With mighty swing applied so well,

Pure physics’ actions can be seen.

In curving arc, it flew and fell,

To  land so softly on the green.

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Pure physics’ actions can be seen,

Player properly lines it up,

To  land so softly on the green,

And roll it smoothly towards the cup.

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Player properly lines it up,

He cleanly strokes the small white orb,

And rolls it smoothly towards the cup,

Imparting power balls absorb.

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WOW! THAT’S A PAR!

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Author Notes

I like to Golf This Poem is a Pantoum.

A Pantoum is a poem that is made up of quatrains. In a Pantoum the second and fourth lines of the previous stanza are repeated as the first and third lines of the next stanza. 


The picture is from Microsoft ClipArt

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