Warren Augustus de Guzman

Rookie (April 2,1982 / Riyadh K.S.A)

Warren Augustus de Guzman Poems

1. How Sad 5/27/2005
2. A Weekend At The Beach 4/20/2005
3. Alcohol 3/8/2005
4. Birthday Cake 9/9/2005
5. Fallen On Deaf Ears 9/9/2005
6. Melpomene 12/17/2005
7. Hide And Seek 1/22/2006
8. Flying 1/22/2006
9. Oranges And Freshly Made Up Beds 1/26/2006
10. Wondering 2/21/2006
11. Flow 3/3/2006
12. Mention 3/3/2006
13. In A Dream Where I Get To Lay My Head In Her Lap 3/3/2006
14. Shiver 8/15/2006
15. Why 8/15/2006
16. White Sunrise 1/29/2006
17. Blue Conversations 1/29/2006
18. Really 2/2/2006
19. For Her 2/6/2006
20. Loneliness 8/27/2005
21. Throngs Of Depressing Music 8/27/2005
22. Am I 9/1/2005
23. The Loneliest Night Of The Year 6/5/2005
24. Fling 3/8/2005
25. Soundtrack For The Long Ride 3/8/2005
26. The View From Here 3/8/2005
27. One Night 3/27/2005
28. Bees 3/28/2005
29. Fantasy 4/3/2005
30. Cycle 4/20/2005
31. Thoughts On Senses 4/20/2005
32. One Day Away From You 1/3/2005
33. Change 2/7/2005
34. Walking 11/26/2005
35. Mom 4/4/2005
36. Ranting Richard At The Keyboard 4/20/2005
37. The Whispering In My Head 4/20/2005
38. I Can'T Take My Eyes Off Of You 5/30/2005
39. Any Place But Those I Know By Heart 5/30/2005
40. Binary 5/30/2005

Comments about Warren Augustus de Guzman

  • chelle santos (8/1/2005 1:29:00 PM)

    someone's been really busy writing lately: D

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Best Poem of Warren Augustus de Guzman

And So I Write

And so I write on my pages today
A list of things that I might say
Of lessons in life, love, change and dismay
A couple of months and a few days away

A cuss word, a rhyme or even a grunt
A solemn prayer or a even a blunt
Monologue on how cruelly you punt
Anything I say or do or front

Far beyond in the window of my desk
Worlds away absorbed in my current test
Of boldly upholding the right from the rest
And convincing you that I am the best

Man for you, the dawn, the bright light
And so on my pages today I write

Read the full of And So I Write

How Sad

The ignorant frail form opened the lower drawer,
Then the second drawer from the bottom,
Then the second drawer from the top.
She was looking for something absentmindedly,
She could not find what she was looking for.
She finally opened the topmost drawer,
Forgetting to close the other three.
The steel cabinet irked, moving forward slightly.
Then it crashed on top of her in a swift fluid motion

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