Alison Cassidy

Rookie (6th August,1945 / Melbourne, Australia)

Alison Cassidy Poems

241. Mutton Dressed As Lamb 3/26/2008
242. Another Blood Test 12/20/2008
243. ! ! St Andrews Market 10/3/2009
244. Spring Is Sprung 8/25/2006
245. Velvet Goddess 4/1/2007
246. Faces Of The Moon (Haikus) 6/8/2007
247. I Love You Best Of All... 10/28/2007
248. Peacock Story - 12 Love Blossoms On A Spring Morning 9/17/2008
249. First Smile 2/6/2009
250. ! ! Two Galahs 7/26/2009
251. ! ! The Empty Nest 9/26/2009
252. On The Death Of A Child - For Tara 12/16/2006
253. Bloody Parkinson's 3/29/2008
254. I Love Loving You 12/29/2006
255. The Love Is In You 2/9/2007
256. ! ! Tiny Fingers 10/12/2009
257. I Carry You In My Heart - For Jerry 4/13/2008
258. Babysitting 12/31/2008
259. ! ! Poe-Tree 9/13/2008
260. Let's Dance 2/24/2007
261. Gravity 2/24/2008
262. ! ! A Graceful Octogenarian 1/20/2009
263. ! ! Just Gus 7/2/2009
264. The Affair 7/8/2006
265. And The Room Was Filled With Hats 3/12/2008
266. ! ! ! The Dead Leaf 12/20/2009
267. The Grandfather Clock 11/24/2006
268. Mum's Ashes 1/27/2008
269. Looking Glass Reflections 9/22/2006
270. Let There Be Light 6/26/2006
271. ! ! Alan's Alzheimers 7/17/2009
272. ! ! Aging With Grace? 11/29/2009
273. Her Name Was Madge 10/30/2008
274. A Nonsense Poem - A Villanelle 5/4/2008
275. Sad Is Stupid 10/5/2006
276. ! ! Dancing With Dylan 8/10/2009
277. Autumn Poems 6/9/2006
278. ! ! A Practical Kind Of Loving 7/8/2009
279. ! ! Mother's Last Mothers Day 5/9/2009
280. A Son Is Born 11/15/2008
Best Poem of Alison Cassidy

Wild Geese By Mary Oliver

You do not have to be good.
You do not have to walk on your knees
for a hundred miles through the desert repenting.
You only have to let the soft animal of your body
love what it loves.
Tell me about despair, yours, and I will tell you mine.
Meanwhile the world goes on.
Meanwhile the sun and the clear pebbles of the rain
are moving across the landscapes,
over the prairies and the deep trees,
the mountains and the rivers.
Meanwhile the wild geese, high in the clean blue air,
are heading home again.
Whoever you are, no matter how lonely,
the world ...

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Your Hands

Your hands are always warm,
smooth and good to hold.
Still amazing beautiful too,
despite the scars and spots of age.

Your hands are broad and strong,
with Mount of Venus high
and nails (always manicured)
shaped like fine almonds.

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