Justin Tallman

Rookie (September 4th,1989 / Milwaukee, WI)

Justin Tallman Poems

41. In Darkness, In Shadows 12/13/2012
42. In The Silence 1/13/2013
43. It Looks Like Nothing Is Broken 2/24/2013
44. It's A Bird, A Plane, And Superman 11/21/2012
45. It's Only Murder 11/21/2012
46. Just An Empty Chest 12/19/2012
47. Lactose Intolerant In The Dairy State 11/9/2013
48. Let's Ruin Our Lives 3/16/2013
49. Like I Said 4/11/2013
50. Lost In A Chosen Wood 2/2/2013
51. Love 12/23/2012
52. Lullaby 12/29/2012
53. Lying On The Therapist's Couch 12/6/2012
54. Martyrs 1/10/2013
55. Me Against The Universe 11/28/2012
56. Milwaukee, Wi 11/21/2012
57. My Human Apology 2/25/2013
58. My Vampire Queen 1/8/2013
59. Narcissism In Poetic Terms 12/30/2012
60. Nazis 12/9/2012
61. Never Blink 10/2/2013
62. Nothing Beautiful 12/13/2012
63. Of Sand & Waves 12/8/2012
64. Oh Madness 9/24/2013
65. On The Edge Of A Broken Heart 9/25/2013
66. On The Rocks 9/25/2013
67. One Last Suicidal Prayer 11/25/2012
68. Patches The Great 11/27/2012
69. Patience 11/21/2012
70. Perfect At My Lowest 11/21/2012
71. Protagonist 2/19/2013
72. Refusal 2/20/2013
73. Rest In Peace (Rest In Price) 12/8/2012
74. Robert Downey Jr. 11/21/2012
75. Rock 'N Roll 12/20/2012
76. Saturday 9/28/2013
77. Shit 3/27/2013
78. Sidewalk Chalk 12/12/2012
79. Snow 12/11/2012
80. Songs Of Autumn 9/25/2013
Best Poem of Justin Tallman

Childhood

Leaves are falling
on the ground
snow will cover
all around
we sit inside
and play with toys
and video games

The sun comes up
melts away
all the worries
and troubles that sting
the thoughts of
our parents
now they start to sing

We jump in pools
play in fields
pick the flowers
dream with clouds
O how
summer was great

Can you smell
the barbecue
supper's ready
grab your plates
bite the smoky meat
off the bone
smell the charcoal
haze

Watch the pink
horizon
the sun sets
inviting fire ...

Read the full of Childhood

A Summer Later

All this time
I still feel weak
at the sight of her face

It all went wrong
The line fades to dots
and our hearts replaced

after a season of sharp tongues

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