Justin Gildow

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

Justin Gildow Poems

161. Unknown Legend (A Sonnet For Sarah) 5/13/2008
162. The Little Match Girl 5/13/2008
163. Tying A Ribbon Around The Tree Of Adrianne (Unity, Strength, Courage) 5/13/2008
164. P.O.W. (Prisoners Of War) 5/13/2008
165. Stars Sprout Wings 5/13/2008
166. Royal Cup Bearers To The Queen 8/25/2008
167. Let's Make The Morning 8/26/2008
168. Meeting Up With James Sunderland 8/31/2008
169. At Heaven's Night 9/1/2008
170. Me And The Man In Black 9/1/2008
171. Savoring The Long Walk Home From Your House 9/1/2008
172. Like A Moth To The Flame 9/11/2008
173. Face To Face With The Jaquio 9/18/2008
174. The Carousel Keeps Turning In Tampa Bay 9/18/2008
175. My Halloween Spirit (The Ghost That Carries The Jack-O-Lantern) 10/16/2008
176. Jack-O-Lantern 10/16/2008
177. Friday The 13th 11/27/2008
178. Looking Down On The Earth 11/27/2008
179. Rock And Glitter For A Girl Group 11/28/2008
180. When The Going Gets Tough 11/28/2008
181. Journey To Lahja 12/1/2008
182. A Trick Of The Sylph's Tail 8/30/2007
183. Tonight, Tonight (My Angel) 5/19/2008
184. Myself And The Orphan # 1: Get Out Of The Cold, My Child 5/20/2008
185. Myself And The Orphan # 2: Let Me Take You To A Shelter 5/20/2008
186. Myself And The Orphan # 3: Let Me Lead You Into Happiness And Hope 5/20/2008
187. Myself And The Orphan # 4: The Happiest Days Of Your Life Lie Just Straight Ahead 5/20/2008
188. Newport Harbor 7/8/2008
189. Surf's Up Tonight On Magic Island 7/13/2008
190. Laurels In My Soup (Enhancing The Aroma) 8/21/2008
191. The Night Of The 8 Eyes 6/18/2008
192. Drain 7/4/2008
193. Ashtar (Emperor Of Darkness) 12/2/2008
194. Merry Christmas Sweetheart 12/23/2008
195. Weeping Mask 1/3/2009
196. Resting In The Church 1/4/2009
197. The Curse Has Killed The Laurel Tree 1/4/2009
198. The Red Wings Of Baron 1/4/2009
199. Damcyan 1/4/2009
200. Mysidia 1/4/2009

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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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