Bill Grace


:) Love Poem For A Wedding - (1976 chapbook)


I love:
The tides that ebb and flow
And marbled lights on broken roads
The warmth of poetry within
Evening caress that transcends sin.

I love:
The birds that were duped by an early thaw
To mid-winter song, and wonder -
If they were so very wrong?

I ask you to take this ageing ring of gold
Companion touchstone of a first communion
And to hold its trust as we will mold
What God shall join for evermore.

Submitted: Thursday, January 27, 2005
Edited: Saturday, February 11, 2006

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