Justin Reamer

Freshman - 967 Points [Richard Caldwell, John Malcomb, James Roberts, and Roran Copperfield] (2 October 1993 / Holland, Michigan)

Justin Reamer Poems

801. Fiddle 8/1/2013
802. Harmonica 8/1/2013
803. Organ 8/1/2013
804. Alacrity 8/1/2013
805. Appeasement 8/1/2013
806. Psalm 25 6/6/2013
807. Cello 8/1/2013
808. Anachronism 8/1/2013
809. Astringence 8/1/2013
810. Audacity 8/1/2013
811. Accordion 8/1/2013
812. Arabesque 8/1/2013
813. Apprising 8/1/2013
814. Austerity 8/1/2013
815. Internal Rime 8/1/2013
816. Brosef 8/2/2013
817. Umlaut 8/3/2013
818. Missing You 8/4/2013
819. For Death I Don'T Worry 8/5/2013
820. Monumental Madness 8/5/2013
821. Vivacity 8/5/2013
822. Psalm 99 7/31/2013
823. Psalm 100 8/1/2013
824. Residuum 8/1/2013
825. Bemusement 8/1/2013
826. Psalm 101 8/1/2013
827. Psalm 102 8/1/2013
828. Viola 8/1/2013
829. Bass 8/1/2013
830. Guitar 8/1/2013
831. Banjo 8/1/2013
832. Asperity 7/30/2013
833. The Swashing Blow 7/30/2013
834. Wilt 7/30/2013
835. Slug-Abed 7/30/2013
836. Recondition 8/3/2013
837. Jesus' Message 5/13/2013
838. Windbag 5/13/2013
839. The Healing River 5/13/2013
840. Frienmity 5/13/2013

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Best Poem of Justin Reamer

Curiosity

What does one feel when he is curious?
What does he feel when he thinks?
What does she look at when she blinks?

Curiosity brings upon them
A state of wonder
Which they cannot deny,
They keep wondering and wondering
For the knowledge
They cannot petrify.

A child looks at a cat,
And wonders what it does,
For he does not know a bug,
When it comes a-buzz.

The girl looks at a tree,
She wonders why it is green,
She wonders why it stands,
And why it isn't mean.

Teenagers look at their subjects,
Ever the more inquisitive,...

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The Introvert

I wander around a school,
Across a place that has forgotten me,
For who I am,
I know not, and I know that I am an outsider.
An outsider I am,
For what identity I know not;
I believe that I have been shunned,
That I have forgotten who I am.
I had a name, or at least—

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