Postgame Haiku, Vol. 73

O glorious day
Not rain nor snow nor Army
Stops this Navy team


16 Responses

  1. a great throat stomp with
    amazing unis
    beat army, always

  2. Glorious snowy
    Sleety frozen old fashioned
    Navy Vic-to-ry!

  3. In my den with sons
    Tilting our glasses loft high
    Another Navy victory

  4. On the Twelfth Army
    Victory, the Brigade said
    to me: “TWELVE MORE YEARS!”

  5. First flurries, then snow
    Turned to sleet and freezing rain
    Navy still wins big.

  6. Army fumbles five
    times, Navy fumbles zero
    Guess who wins the game?

    • Oops, my bad, I was
      listening to announcers
      too much, gave bad stats

  7. After twelve years they
    Still say “Army beats themselves”
    Navy doesn’t help?

  8. forget if at first…
    if at twelfth you don’t succeed
    maybe you’re army

  9. Reynolds sets record
    Navy dominates again
    Maybe next year, mule.

  10. Hypothermia
    I am cold and wet for sure
    Freezing and happy!

  11. Wind, snow, freezing rain
    Twelfth straight win over Army
    Never felt better!

  12. Great day in the snow,
    Rain, Sleet and great Navy play.
    Now on to Fort Worth!

  13. Twelve and zero!
    Keenan and Ken are heroes!
    Twelfth man celebrates!

  14. My Facebook post after the Navy game:

    Eternal Father, strong to save,
    Whose win we thank you for this day,
    Who bidd’st the mighty ocean deep, Whilst Thou let us this Navy team to keep.
    Oh hear us when we cry to Thee,
    Let Thy be’st no end to this dynasty!

  15. “I love winning man….
    I love winning, it is like…..
    better than losing.”

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