Joseph T. Renaldi

Veteran Poet - 1,147 Points (Frackville, Pennsylvania)

Joseph T. Renaldi Poems

361. Power Of Love 7/28/2013
362. Power Of Prayer 7/22/2009
363. Prelude To Death 7/4/2013
364. Prepare For Death 8/19/2013
365. Prom Night 5/10/2006
366. Proverbs Of A Dog 1/22/2014
367. Proverbs Of Love 6/4/2014
368. Purpose Of A Church 7/18/2009
369. Qualities To Adopt Or Share 8/18/2014
370. Rearing A Child 4/17/2005
371. Rejoice 2/16/2009
372. Relying On A Mother's Advice 6/25/2005
373. Remember The Hayrides 9/22/2006
374. Remember The Pep Rallies 9/5/2011
375. Remember The Poor 2/5/2008
376. Remembering Graduation Day 5/8/2016
377. Remembering Together 12/17/2005
378. Remembering You 5/14/2016
379. Reminiscing 7/19/2007
380. Replicas Of Summer 2/18/2009
381. Retiring To A College Town 2/5/2005
382. Riding The Merry Go Round 2/3/2016
383. Road To Paradise 8/13/2014
384. Role Of The Peacemakers 4/1/2016
385. Saint Patrick's Day Wishes 2/23/2013
386. Say A Prayer 7/8/2005
387. Search For Utopia 9/11/2007
388. Seeking Faith 2/23/2009
389. Seeking Peace 1/30/2008
390. Separation 12/17/2004
391. Shade Creek 7/25/2005
392. Ship Of Life 7/31/2013
393. Should I Return 7/13/2005
394. Show Me The Way 8/3/2009
395. Signs Of Spring 3/22/2011
396. Signs Of Winter 9/19/2014
397. Silent World 6/23/2005
398. Sleep Soundly 7/24/2009
399. Slice Of Toast 7/13/2005
400. Slip Of The Lip 8/13/2013
Best Poem of Joseph T. Renaldi

Graduation Day

Graduation Day is the climax of a dream.
A parental dream that began when a child is born,
And their hope come true it would seem,
A triumph held after periods of forlorn,
A feeling of pride and euphoria years away
For a daughter or son - Graduation Day.

It is a peak of success for the graduate,
Not only for the graduate but parents too.
A joyful event after many years they had to wait,
Realizing the glorious thrill of a dream come true,
A genuine smile accompanied by a deep sigh,
Often a handkerchief in hand as the class goes by.

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Separation

My darling.
The twilight shadows will soon fall,
I hear the bugle's shrill call,
And my thoughts are meandering far,
To the village where you are.
My heart has no song,
And the night seems dreary and long.
Then as I view your life from afar,
Lo - I see you in each heavenly star.

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