Justin Germino

Author's details

Name: Justin Germino
Date registered: September 28, 2008
URL: http://www.dragonblogger.com

Biography

I am a dedicated father and husband who works an IT job during the day and has as passion for blogging and poetry. I have been writing poems for more than twenty years and I write at least 1 new poem or haiku per day and publish it on this blog since it started in September 2008.

Latest posts

  1. Acrostic Poem: United We Stand — February 18, 2015
  2. Tears of Silica – Random Twitter Poem for Feb 6th — February 6, 2015
  3. Poem: Cannot Exist — January 12, 2015
  4. Acrostic Poem: Know Me — January 10, 2015
  5. Poem: I Can’t Stand Tall — January 8, 2015

Most commented posts

  1. Gambling Bug: Random Twitter Poem for Jun 20th — 24 comments
  2. Now Awakened – 400th Random Twitter Poem and Contest — 21 comments
  3. Merger: Random Twitter Poem for May 10th — 21 comments
  4. Wanderer Thoughts is now a DoFollow Blog — 18 comments
  5. Are Puppies Cuter than Babies? — 18 comments

Author's posts listings

Feb 18

Acrostic Poem: United We Stand

United We Stand Under the stars never doubting invisible; we plan toward an end goal deliverance Wedding in secret eloping they call it Soon maybe even tomorrow tomorrow isn’t soon enough a heart can only wait so long never denied determined to be wed -Poem by Justin Germino

Jan 12

Poem: Cannot Exist

Cannot Exist I cannot touch I have no body I cannot scream I have no face I cannot breath I have no mouth I cannot see I have no eyes I cannot smell I have no nose I cannot hear I have no ears I cannot think I have no brain I cannot exist -Poem …

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Jan 10

Acrostic Poem: Know Me

Know Me Knot of pain Noose of loss Open sorrow Worried My time nears End -Poem by Justin Germino

Jan 08

Poem: I Can’t Stand Tall

I Can’t Stand Tall I can’t stand tall against this wall with very little hope Intangible stone this poison throne little chance to cope In one quick moment poor choice to vent things tumble down One horrible decision a despairing prison life now a frown -Poem by Justin Germino

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