Justin Tallman

Rookie (September 4th,1989 / Milwaukee, WI)

Justin Tallman Poems

41. Rest In Peace (Rest In Price) 12/8/2012
42. Of Sand & Waves 12/8/2012
43. Anxiety, Panic 12/8/2012
44. The Mimes 12/8/2012
45. The Moth 12/8/2012
46. Empty 12/19/2012
47. What's New? 12/19/2012
48. Just An Empty Chest 12/19/2012
49. Rock 'N Roll 12/20/2012
50. The Door 12/20/2012
51. Lullaby 12/29/2012
52. The Pedestal 12/30/2012
53. Narcissism In Poetic Terms 12/30/2012
54. How To Slay The Final Dragon 12/30/2012
55. The Dull Knife & The Absurd Weed 1/4/2013
56. The Spontaneous Day 1/5/2013
57. A Drunken Rambling About A Current Pyschological State Of Mind 1/5/2013
58. I 1/5/2013
59. My Vampire Queen 1/8/2013
60. Day To Day 1/8/2013
61. The Redundant Madness 1/8/2013
62. Martyrs 1/10/2013
63. Attention Whore 1/12/2013
64. What It Is 1/12/2013
65. In The Silence 1/13/2013
66. Stain Glass Heart 1/13/2013
67. The Soulless Vagabond 1/15/2013
68. Dancing In Public 1/15/2013
69. Broken Bottles 1/20/2013
70. A Midwestern (Anywhere) Love Story 1/28/2013
71. The Curious Cow 1/29/2013
72. The Staring Game 1/29/2013
73. Blue Eyes 2/2/2013
74. Lost In A Chosen Wood 2/2/2013
75. The Complexeties Of Expressing A Smile 2/22/2013
76. It Looks Like Nothing Is Broken 2/24/2013
77. My Human Apology 2/25/2013
78. When Smiling Becomes A Drug 3/7/2013
79. Alcoholic Rivers 3/14/2013
80. Let's Ruin Our Lives 3/16/2013

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Childhood

Leaves are falling
on the ground
snow will cover
all around
we sit inside
and play with toys
and video games

The sun comes up
melts away
all the worries
and troubles that sting
the thoughts of
our parents
now they start to sing

We jump in pools
play in fields
pick the flowers
dream with clouds
O how
summer was great

Can you smell
the barbecue
supper's ready
grab your plates
bite the smoky meat
off the bone
smell the charcoal
haze

Watch the pink
horizon
the sun sets
inviting fire ...

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Milwaukee, Wi

O, to be a mad man
a poet
a genius
a revolutionist
who can grasp
the Californian sands

To abandon
the Midwestern mind

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