Justin Reamer

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

Justin Reamer Poems

81. High School 9/2/2012
82. The Mystery 9/3/2012
83. The Mighty Lake Michigan 9/4/2012
84. Humour 9/4/2012
85. Life 2 9/4/2012
86. The Garden 9/4/2012
87. The Miracle 9/4/2012
88. Our Father 9/4/2012
89. Glory Be 9/4/2012
90. The Joke 9/4/2012
91. Who Are You To Stop My Writing? 9/4/2012
92. Hermes 9/4/2012
93. Stefanie 9/4/2012
94. Mentor 9/4/2012
95. The Awkward Closet 9/4/2012
96. The Writer 9/4/2012
97. Writer's Block 9/6/2012
98. Act Of Contrition 9/6/2012
99. Rose 9/6/2012
100. Pretty Woman 9/6/2012
101. Ringworm 9/6/2012
102. Floccinaucinihilipilification 9/6/2012
103. St Jude Prayer 9/6/2012
104. Adoration 9/3/2012
105. Blessed Be Your Name 9/9/2012
106. Sonnet 1 9/9/2012
107. Erin 9/9/2012
108. Hail Holy Queen 9/10/2012
109. The Sign Of The Cross 9/10/2012
110. St Francis Of Assisi's Prayer 9/10/2012
111. Prayer To St Michael 9/10/2012
112. Prayer To St Michael The Archangel 9/10/2012
113. Prayer To St Anne 9/10/2012
114. Prayer To St Paul 9/10/2012
115. St Paul's Litany 9/10/2012
116. Prayer To St Stephen 9/10/2012
117. Memorare 9/6/2012
118. Hym Dias Irae 9/10/2012
119. Seven Oblations Of Jesus Christ 9/10/2012
120. Blessing Of The Meal 9/10/2012
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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