Joseph T. Renaldi

Freshman - 517 Points (Frackville, Pennsylvania)

Joseph T. Renaldi Poems

1. The Wailing Wind 7/12/2005
2. Snake In The Grass 7/13/2005
3. Voyage Across The Sea 7/17/2005
4. These I Shall Remember 1/21/2005
5. Should I Return 7/13/2005
6. The Neighborhood 7/15/2005
7. While We Slept 2/12/2005
8. The Coal Mine Trail 2/5/2005
9. The Snow Storm 2/5/2005
10. Winter Treasures 8/11/2005
11. A Protestor 8/12/2005
12. Shade Creek 7/25/2005
13. Trick Or Treat 8/18/2005
14. A Troubled Mind 8/16/2005
15. An Unforgettable Love 12/15/2005
16. At Heart - I'M Still A Boy 12/16/2005
17. A Nostalgic Moment 1/22/2006
18. Death Bed 1/29/2006
19. Holiday Messengers 11/9/2005
20. Birth Of An Oak Tree 11/9/2005
21. You Never Know About Youngsters 7/4/2005
22. Broken Dreams 7/4/2005
23. Encouraging Words 7/7/2005
24. My Wife 7/7/2005
25. Old White Church 7/27/2005
26. One Thing Is Certain 7/28/2005
27. The Robin - A Welcomed Guest 5/6/2005
28. There'Ll Always Be A Thanksgiving 10/20/2006
29. Thank You - Mom 3/27/2006
30. Lori's Triumph Spitfire 4/5/2006
31. By Gone Days 4/6/2006
32. If I Could Only Talk 5/1/2006
33. Nature's Favorite Color 5/7/2006
34. Cowpokes 5/27/2006
35. A Diploma 5/29/2006
36. A Conscientious Father 6/15/2006
37. Independence Day 6/15/2006
38. Circus Day 6/27/2006
39. A Mother's Day Gift 4/26/2006
40. Summertime Symphony 7/6/2006
Best Poem of Joseph T. Renaldi

Once Upon An Autumn Day

Once Upon an autumn day,
Colorful leaves began to fade
In the midst of a chilly, frosty air
As multitude of trees grew steadily bare.

Once upon an autumn day,
The whispering breeze was here to stay
Moving aimlessly through the countless trees
Scattering leaves with the greatest of ease.

Once upon an autumn day,
The leaves whirled freely in every way,
Until at last they came to rest
Finding a haven in which to nest.

Once upon an autumn day,
The trees were dormant, and the leaves lay
Waiting for the winter snow to fall
To quickly ...

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The Lighthouse

A lighthouse stands near the rugged shore
To warn ships of the dangerous rocks and waves,
And aiding them from going astray,
Guiding them to a safer way.

It has a powerful and rotating beam
That hovers over the rough tide.
Regardless of what the weather may be,
The welcome ray will always serve to guide.

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