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
and
now that you’re dead…
Mom! Mom!
I’m home at last!
But it isn’t really home
anymore
(So where do I go? now that home
is gone?)

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Awe Inspired

What’s the point of living,
when all we’re doing is losing?
What’s the point of losing anymore?
We’ve forgotten how to try,
so lets learn how to die,
as you kill yourself over
and over again.
And give us this day,
our daily bread.
I feel we’ve run out of it.
We’ve been oppressed by our
awe.

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