Justin Gildow

Veteran Poet - 1,300 Points (3-26-81 / Washington, PA)

Justin Gildow Poems

41. Darkside Is A Shocker 8/16/2007
42. Innocent Devils And Familiars 8/16/2007
43. Overworld 8/17/2007
44. Tower Of Science 8/17/2007
45. Hall Of Heroes 8/17/2007
46. Sing Me To Sleep 8/17/2007
47. Tribute To The Gullwings (Yuna, Rikku, Paine) 8/17/2007
48. Blew Away 8/17/2007
49. Wonderful Hour Of The Magical Girls 8/17/2007
50. Flora 8/17/2007
51. The Things We Fight For 8/17/2007
52. Our Finest Hour 8/17/2007
53. Albannach 8/17/2007
54. Peter Garrett 8/17/2007
55. Secret World Beyond The Blue Moon 8/17/2007
56. Angel In Blue 8/30/2007
57. In A World Of Our Own 8/30/2007
58. Sackcloth And Ashes 8/30/2007
59. Underground 8/30/2007
60. Perfect 8/30/2007
61. Babygirl 8/30/2007
62. When I Get To Canada 8/30/2007
63. The Divas Win Again 9/6/2007
64. Apartment 302 (The Room) 9/6/2007
65. God Bless You Catalysts 9/8/2007
66. The Old Factory 9/8/2007
67. Paradise 9/8/2007
68. Ashley Graham 9/8/2007
69. Life Begins Again 9/8/2007
70. Learning From The Aborigines 9/9/2007
71. The Prime Time Of Our Lives 9/9/2007
72. Goodnight And Pleasant Dreams 9/9/2007
73. Eva And Adam 9/9/2007
74. Eva And Adam (Reprise) 9/9/2007
75. Pale Blue 9/9/2007
76. All The Time In The World 9/9/2007
77. Lisa Garland 9/9/2007
78. Francis Huntington And Myself 9/11/2007
79. Mistress Eileen Green 9/30/2007
80. The Garageland Trio Up Avalon Hill 9/30/2007
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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