Justin Gildow

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

Justin Gildow Poems

121. The Island Of The Mystical Orchids 8/26/2007
122. Under The Southern Cross 8/26/2007
123. Shades Of Purple 8/26/2007
124. Moonflower 8/26/2007
125. Reunion 8/26/2007
126. The Night's Song 8/26/2007
127. Best Of Both Worlds 8/26/2007
128. Welcome To The Promenade 8/26/2007
129. God It's Great To Be Alive 10/22/2007
130. Ram 10/24/2007
131. Time Spent With The Gypsies And The Maypole 10/26/2007
132. The Great O' Malley's Pub Sing 10/26/2007
133. Lost In Blue 12/19/2007
134. Iris 1/16/2008
135. The Spirit Of Love 1/16/2008
136. Believe 1/16/2008
137. Remain In Light 8/28/2007
138. Shine On Me 8/30/2007
139. A Trick Of The Sylph's Tail 8/30/2007
140. Take Me Away 1/27/2008
141. A Saturday At Sweet Willows Creamery 1/27/2008
142. Legends In This Time 1/31/2008
143. A Jaunt Through The Courtyard 2/14/2008
144. Warakiya 2/14/2008
145. Night In The Ballroom 2/14/2008
146. Jasmine's Dream 2/15/2008
147. The City Of Neon Nights 2/15/2008
148. Another Day At The Office 2/15/2008
149. May Norton 2/16/2008
150. 1987 2/25/2008
151. 1989 2/25/2008
152. After 8 At Night In The Shire 2/26/2008
153. Hanging Around ' Her Majesty's Cup ' 2/28/2008
154. To Amanda 3/3/2008
155. Shadax And The Book Of Dreams 3/3/2008
156. Our Love In The Alchemy Laboratory 3/3/2008
157. On This Last Night Of Winter 3/19/2008
158. Relm Arrowny 5/8/2008
159. In The Arms Of A Thousand Maidens 5/8/2008
160. Midnight In Kaipo 5/8/2008
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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