Treasure Island

Bill Grace


One Life


first surgery
Mom takes me from Dad
great teachers
Cold of Upstate New York
hubris
college - great teachers
second surgery
hubris and first poetry
Army combat simulation range
teaching
corporate experience
pneumonia
Philadelphia Pendle Hill
Sidhartha leaves the Shire
inner city teaching
sex
a strange call
First Chapbook of poetry
Berkeley - seminary
sex and lovers
more great teachers
the great professor
the great cancer hospital corrective
second lieutenant
more hospital corrective
Kind Corpus Christi dentist
a silver dollar from G. Con Smith
Dad dies
industrial baker
street kids
drug dealer in the board room
Desert Storm deployment to Oxford
Germany and Europe
friends with a big Mercedes
preaching to a sea of faces
politically incorrect
job assassination
Home - back to the 433rd Airlift Wing (Air Force Reserve Command)
marriage
433 years
marriage
Mom dies
daughter from Russia
metanoia
lieutenant colonel retired
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thee cats, a rat and a mortgage
poetry always poetry,
the song that continues.

Submitted: Saturday, April 12, 2008
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