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POEM- LORD OF FEETS [a praise of Tomas Rosicky]

by SimonSEEZ


“He was wonderful. A player we all love. If you love football, you love Rosicky. – Wenger

While some debate about how old Tomas Rosicky is in “football years”,  others think of how to two-foot him, the rest of us just live in awe of his awesomeness. Our in-house Gooner cum Poet cum Lawyer cum Blogger decided to pour out his heart in this lovely poem below. Enjoy!!


Would there be a Lord of Feets,  giving more soft touches and wet kisses to a round leather than this enigmatic gent who turns a game into pure pleasure.

Would there be a Lord of Feets,  unfolding white washed amazement and strokes of a celestial being than this rare gem treasure.

Would there be a Lord of Feets,  sweetly side-footing and threading a pass through blocks to connect another soul than this Legendary of Angelic composure.
Would there be a Lord of Feets,  woven into a mesmeric stature, more passionate about the game than this majesty that gets better with his increasing age figure.

Would there be a Lord of Feets,  making our rose-gold crowned footballistic dreams and desires become reality than this puzzler of cynosure.

Would there be a Lord of Feets,  that makes all bow down laying love and praise vows at his dainty feet than this deserving all Trophies-souls in his enclosure.

Would there be a Lord of Feets, that rules from a castle of Red&Whites with handsomeness, faithfulness and awesomeness than this holy sorcerer whose amount of intelligence, bravery and mystery none would measure.



Enjoy Thomas Rosicky Goals compiled by iGooner !!


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Francis January 30, 2015 - 8:17 am

well done! i feel poetry is a subjective thing. However, i was quite let down. i sort of anticipated a Sonnet kinda. I am poet myself so i was a bit disappointed. *sorry* if you dont mind, can i borrow the poem’s title?? * its quite a catchy one*

SimonSEEZ January 30, 2015 - 9:01 am

Cheers Francis…you can buzz the writer on Twitter.

BrainySteppo February 2, 2015 - 1:11 pm

Mr. Man, you have a point and you don’t have a point. That’s me being respectfully honest. Isn’t a sonnet guided by loads of guidelines, limits and boundaries? I paid attention to flexibility of subject matter (a praise of Tomas Rosicky), dynamism, functionality and relevance to desired needs of the populace. So, a poem gives me more room to accomodate valid attributes and do you know that Sonnets can be more ridiculous to football sites readers? Thanks.

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