Rookie (9/19/1963)


241. Mr Fitzroys Dream 12/14/2006
242. Three Words, I Love You 12/16/2006
243. The Intoxication Of Your Faith 12/16/2006
244. White Clouds 12/16/2006
245. Harlot Boxer 12/26/2006
246. Chopped Prose 12/26/2006
247. All Things Break When She Takes Those Pills 1/3/2007
248. What You Do To Them, You Do To Me 1/4/2007
249. She Says I Love You, But First I Need A Drink 1/4/2007
250. Chews On Some Water 1/12/2007
251. Fugue State 1/13/2007
252. Plastic Flowers 1/15/2007
253. Gospel Wail 12/29/2006
254. Tiny Dots 12/31/2006
255. Falling Into A Giggle 1/24/2007
256. Isaiah 1/25/2007
257. Paint By Numbers 2 1/30/2007
258. The Rain Shouts On Fitzroy Road 1/31/2007
259. What Doesnt Kill You Makes You Stronger 2/5/2007
260. Bullet Drilled Bible 4/5/2007
261. A Conversation With My Sisters Kid 4/5/2007
262. Just Like A Flower 4/8/2007
263. One More Step 4/9/2007
264. Silk Roses 4/9/2007
265. Drinking Mothers Milk 4/15/2007
266. Mean And Small 4/16/2007
267. Purple Exits 1989/Song 4/18/2007
268. Lucky Shot. 3/15/2007
269. Drinking The Smoke Down 3/15/2007
270. Dress Each Other Up 3/18/2007
271. Dressden 3/30/2007
272. Parking Spot 2/20/2007
273. Wine Mingled With Myrrh98 8/28/2005
274. Rest Easy 4/20/2006
275. Okeydokey 4/30/2006
276. Laughing With God 5/31/2006
277. Men Folk Coming 6/17/2006
278. Mental Machinery 5/3/2007
279. Empty Theaters 3/21/2007
280. Into The Night 3/21/2007

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

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Hope Is Drunk

hope is drunk
thrown to the curve.
the blood that runs thrue its veins,
is poisoned by sin.
the strengh is lost by lust.
the eyes are dull and confused,
the body is weakend and weightless,
soon to be turned to clay.
hope is no longer drunk.