Justin Gildow

Veteran Poet - 1,301 Points (3-26-81 / Washington, PA)

Justin Gildow Poems

561. A Boy And His Blob 5/24/2009
562. Let These Girls Rock This World 8/13/2007
563. Kid Icarus 8/17/2007
564. Fairy Queen 8/14/2007
565. Renaissance Faire 8/13/2007
566. Renaissance Wedding 8/13/2007
567. Poems And Sonnets Of The Night 8/30/2007
568. Dress You Up In Diamonds And Pearls 10/21/2010
569. Walking Along The Countryside 1/30/2011
570. Underwater 7/1/2011
571. Heart Shaped Box 11/11/2011
572. Last Swim With The Mermaids 7/1/2011
573. My Delicate Flower 5/20/2008
574. Violence And Valentines 7/3/2009
575. Hawaiian Luau 9/20/2009
576. Your Heart's In My Hand 10/21/2010
577. Missiles Of Love (Reprise) 6/29/2011
578. 12 Years 6/30/2011
579. Nothing Shocks Me Anymore, My Dear 12/30/2011
580. The Pure Heart (Love Conquers All) 5/16/2017
581. A Night At The Cafe 2/8/2009
582. Beautiful 1/16/2008
583. A Thousand Words To Real Emotion 8/13/2007
584. Love And Romance Weekend 8/13/2007
585. Don'T Give Up Mirta 8/13/2007
586. Cheerleaders 5/20/2008
587. Springtime's In The Air 2/5/2011
588. My Return To The Magical Mystery Tree 2/11/2010
589. A Beautiful Fairy And The Fairy Dust Rain 3/21/2009
590. Rock Band 12/2/2008
591. In The Dungeon 5/13/2011
592. In Love With A Mermaid 7/1/2011
593. Sadie Hawkins Dance 8/30/2007
594. 21 Gun Salute 8/15/2007
595. The Haunted Ship Of Fools 8/16/2007
596. The Girls In The Beautiful Gowns And Elegant Dresses 7/6/2011
597. High School Musical 8/13/2007
598. The Lonely Girl And Her Dog 8/16/2007
599. Let's Go Insane, Let's Go Crazy 8/16/2007
600. Beautiful Girls 8/17/2007

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Best Poem of Justin Gildow

Father And Daughter

Father and daughter spend some quiet time together in the living room
Shining through the curtain is the sun
And outside is the glorious afternoon

Father reads to his daughter the poetry she loves
Father and daughter enjoy each other's company
Father takes his daughter by the hand
As they take a walk outside

Father cares for his daughter
And always wishes the very best to happen for her

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Renaissance Faire

The Rennaissance Faire is calling out to us in the distance
We deck ourselves out in costume
We begin our jubilant walk
We say ' hello ' and good day ' to the many boys, girls, ladies, and gentlemen

We walk through the gates of the shire
And I buy a rose from a flower girl to give to you
Here's hoping to many joys to come

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