Michael Romero

Rookie (April 6,1987 / Redwood City, CA)

Michael Romero Poems

1. Remember It Kid 12/19/2006
2. Perfect Flaws 12/19/2006
3. Being Impressive 1/10/2007
4. Orion’s Raining Again 1/10/2007
5. I Am My Mother's Son 1/10/2007
6. Ben & Sam 2/16/2007
7. My United States Of America 2/16/2007
8. My Suffering God 3/1/2007
9. Zola 10/7/2007
10. A Changing World, A Static Man (Eskimo) 10/7/2007
11. Killing Time 10/7/2007
12. How The Silence Kills My Soul 10/7/2007
13. An Experiment In Sadism 10/11/2006
14. The Silence 10/18/2006
15. Our Rain 11/11/2006
16. E.E.C. Said To Me 3/1/2007
17. Weep, Then Sleep 10/7/2007
18. Tired 10/10/2006
19. A Wreckered Language Experiment 10/11/2006
20. Killing Men 10/11/2006
21. Drugs Or Words? 10/11/2006
22. Awe Inspired 10/29/2006
23. Finally Listening 10/29/2006
24. Fear No Evil 12/19/2006
25. Scribbles On A Page 10/7/2007
26. Home Is Gone 10/7/2006

Comments about Michael Romero

  • Michael P. Romero (3/31/2007 2:43:00 AM)

    I am the author of Joaquin Murrieta: The Life of a Legend published in 1979. The Michael Romero (April 6,1987, Redwood City, CA) is not the author. I was born September 4,1957. My book was self-published in 1979 in Soledad, California. I wrote it in Salinas and in San Jose. I now have an extensive collection of books and movie memorabilia about Joaquin Murrieta.

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Best Poem of Michael Romero

Home Is Gone

Mom! Mom!
I’m home again!
I’m sorry I waited
until you were dead
I didn’t know what to say
when you were alive
now that you’re dead…
Mom! Mom!
I’m home at last!
But it isn’t really home
(So where do I go? now that home
is gone?)

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Killing Men

I accidentally killed a man
when I shot him in the face.
I didn’t know it would hurt him
but it sure put him in his place.
He stared at me and gushed and cried
, his dead, little face looked bloody and fried.
His eyeless, bloody sockets stared at me and said,
“Oh my Gawd Mister! You killed me! I’m dead! ”
I didn’t know it would kill him,

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