Joseph T. Renaldi

Veteran Poet - 1,154 Points (Frackville, Pennsylvania)

Joseph T. Renaldi Poems

441. The Schoolhouse 7/6/2005
442. The Snow Storm 2/5/2005
443. The Wailing Wind 7/12/2005
444. The Walkin Closet 5/17/2015
445. The Weeping Willow Trees 3/9/2007
446. The Years Gone By 5/11/2015
447. There'Ll Always Be A Thanksgiving 10/20/2006
448. These I Shall Remember 1/21/2005
449. Thoughts Of Peace 6/12/2009
450. Thoughts Of Reconcilation 2/9/2016
451. Thoughts Of Spring 6/19/2005
452. Thoughts Of You 2/23/2009
453. Tidings Of Joy 10/8/2011
454. Time Marches On 8/16/2013
455. Tolerance Through The Year 7/23/2010
456. Treasures Of Life 7/4/2013
457. Trials And Tribulations 9/19/2014
458. Trick Or Treat 8/18/2005
459. Unity 2/16/2016
460. Voyage Across The Sea 7/17/2005
461. Vulnerability 1/15/2007
462. Walk Along The Shore 8/31/2014
463. Way To Spoil A Child 8/7/2013
464. Westward Ho 7/10/2009
465. Where Friendships Begin 4/10/2009
466. Where We Once Played 4/21/2005
467. While We Slept 2/12/2005
468. Willow Trees 5/20/2008
469. Winter On The Horizon 10/29/2005
470. Winter Tradition 1/15/2007
471. Winter Treasures 8/11/2005
472. Winter Wonderland 2/12/2005
473. Worthy Expressions 9/20/2014
474. You Never Know About Youngsters 7/4/2005
475. Your Guardian Angel 9/20/2014
Best Poem of Joseph T. Renaldi

Once Upon An Autumn Day

Once Upon an autumn day,
Colorful leaves began to fade
In the midst of a chilly, frosty air
As multitude of trees grew steadily bare.

Once upon an autumn day,
The whispering breeze was here to stay
Moving aimlessly through the countless trees
Scattering leaves with the greatest of ease.

Once upon an autumn day,
The leaves whirled freely in every way,
Until at last they came to rest
Finding a haven in which to nest.

Once upon an autumn day,
The trees were dormant, and the leaves lay
Waiting for the winter snow to fall
To quickly ...

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The snowflakes fall quietly upon the shrubs,
And glitter like heavenly stars,
A variety of shapes from the clouds above,
Causing my thoughts to wander far.

No snowflake is quite alike,
A fact proven through the years,
But holding them in the palm of my hand,
The melting process soon appears.

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