Owen Johnston

Rookie (October 2nd,1977 / Lake City, SC)

Owen Johnston Poems

1. Abandoned Factory 1/25/2012
2. Lucid 1/25/2012
3. Farewell Party (Leaving The Old Church) 1/25/2012
4. To End A Journey 1/25/2012
5. Into The Light 1/25/2012
6. Atalaya 1/25/2012
7. The Spirit Of The Past 1/25/2012
8. Of Light And Dark 1/26/2012
9. Antiquity 1/26/2012
10. Renovation 1/26/2012
11. Necrophony 1/26/2012
12. Midnight Musings 1/26/2012
13. Dawn 1/26/2012
14. Future 1/26/2012
15. Horizon 1/26/2012
16. My Pen 1/26/2012
17. Fugue 1/26/2012
18. (re :) Vision 1/26/2012
19. These City Streets 1/26/2012
20. Spring Haiku 1/26/2012
21. Summer Haiku 1/26/2012
22. Fall Haiku 1/26/2012
23. Winter Haiku 1/26/2012
24. June Haiku 1/26/2012
25. Mystery Haiku 1/26/2012
26. Thought Haiku 1/26/2012
27. Starlit Forest Haiku 1/26/2012
28. Ageless Expectation Haiku 1/26/2012
29. Shady The Gray Cat Haiku 1/26/2012
30. Moonlit Meditation 1/26/2012
31. Verdant Dusk 1/26/2012
32. Nature 1/26/2012
33. Nature Ii 1/26/2012
34. As The Rain Falls 1/26/2012
35. Snowfall 1/26/2012
36. Trials 1/26/2012
37. Life 1/26/2012
38. Redemption 1/26/2012
39. God In Everything 1/26/2012
40. Omni Presen(Ts) Ce 1/26/2012

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Best Poem of Owen Johnston

Of Dreams And Ambitions

From the day a soul
Is pulled from the Guff
To inhabit its 70-year hull,
Are its Dreams and Innocence not enough
To succeed,
And to heed
God's plan
For man?

Yet, do not the cares of the world
Eventually depress the soul
With their harsh conditions?
Into the void our innocence is hurled,
So our dreams we must hold on to,
And begin to form into ambitions.

In using our new-found experience,
Do we not realize our ambitions,
Formed from innocent dreams,
And once again realize innocence?

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Abandoned Factory

Once full of life, this old building -
Memories locked away under layers of dust.
Cigarette butts and broken beer bottles
Litter the lonely lot.

Once vital and active
In the world of mortal men,
Now immortal in its skeletal frame -
The ghost in the shell of the

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