Rookie (9/19/1963)


201. Sid 7/18/2006
202. Moood Swings 4/25/2006
203. Beast 4/29/2006
204. Pregnant Nun 5/3/2006
205. This, That, And The Other 5/6/2006
206. Grazy Times 5/6/2006
207. New Car 5/8/2006
208. The King With Out Clouths 5/10/2006
209. Private Correspondence 5/11/2006
210. The Witches Trick 5/15/2006
211. When Peaple Hide, 5/18/2006
212. Flipping The Middle Finger 5/19/2006
213. Stapled Into Place 5/21/2006
214. The Catalog Of Absolutes 5/22/2006
215. Miner Canarys 5/23/2006
216. Mumbling And Fumbling 5/17/2006
217. Mr So, Mr Who 5/30/2006
218. Clip On Halo 6/1/2006
219. Its Ok, Its Allright 6/4/2006
220. Make The Language Sing 6/4/2006
221. The Other Side Of Poetry 6/16/2006
222. Fall Softly 6/18/2006
223. Smoked Another False Positive 10/21/2006
224. Adjusting This Love 10/24/2006
225. The Dragon Queen 10/27/2006
226. Raped By War 10/29/2006
227. Rainbows And Dreams 10/30/2006
228. Spiders In The A.M. 11/1/2006
229. Snapping Into Silence 11/5/2006
230. Jewell Of The Holy City 11/9/2006
231. Small Shots Of Happy 11/14/2006
232. Im In Hell 11/25/2006
233. From Old To New 11/26/2006
234. Hobbled, By These Heavy Ideas 11/26/2006
235. Some One Stole God 11/27/2006
236. Kinda Like No Snow On Christmas 12/4/2006
237. Like A Red Light, I Wait For Green 6/21/2006
238. Unnamed Prostitute 11/19/2006
239. Revolving Doors 12/11/2006
240. Liquid Church 12/13/2006

Comments about DAVID GERARDINO

  • Ruby Root (7/13/2006 4:37:00 PM)

    David I think your poetry is facinating, unique and original. You have your own creative style. Take care.

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  • Meghan - (6/28/2006 7:24:00 PM)

    I love your poetry. The imagery is amazing and the way you write is very strange. Look forward to reading more. Good luck.


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  • Diana Frances (11/11/2005 7:14:00 PM)

    I just spent an hour reading through your poems, Dave. Some made me very sad, others got a belly laugh. Whichever way, though, you have major talent with the written word. The images you conjure up are remarkable. Thank you.

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  • Sapna Shamsundar (8/25/2005 10:44:00 AM)

    thank you for ur comments on my poem, i did read yours and i liked a 'child is born' its very touching in a strange sort a way

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  • Sinnaminsun Sinnaminsun (7/19/2005 10:18:00 PM)

    Hi David, lol, I am still getting use to this site. I am looking forward to reading more of your poetry. Take care :)

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  • Joe Prieto (7/5/2005 10:28:00 PM)

    your poems are very good, keep it up

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  • Michael Shepherd (4/27/2005 10:06:00 AM)

    David, you're a natural and I think you may be a genius, but I'm not sure yet...

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1929/The Jazz Age

flappers, with tall blond
hair, a decade of the
doller, bubbles of false
prosperity, a crash, a hit,
a miss, a sudden dropp
in the bankers eyes
and face, the start of
a new age-the jazz age.
the age the stock market
crashed, and fell to the

Read the full of 1929/The Jazz Age

Part One.....

Maybe, ill sing you a love song.
Maybe, ill show you im strong.
But ill be looking around for you,
looking just like a fool, to get you,
back into my life.Maybe, ill shed
a few tears, or maybe, ill show you
my fears.But ill be looking around
for you, looking just like a fool, to
get back into my life.

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