Bill Grace


Bill Grace Poems

1. Adirondack Autumn (Snippets Of His Glory While I Wait 1996 Chapbook) 2/3/2005
2. Ode To A Pop Corn Kernel - 1 1/24/2005
3. Image 1/24/2005
4. Like An Acolyte 11/3/2005
5. Twenty Days To Christmas In 2005 A.D. 12/5/2005
6. Preamble For A Core Values Class Of Military Basics 10/13/2005
7. Gandhi 10/14/2005
8. Mercy Arc - (1996 Chapbook) 2/24/2005
9. Something Worked - 4 4/12/2005
10. God Gave A Better Course 9/25/2005
11. Benediction To A Core Values Class Of Military Basics (1994) 9/30/2005
12. Socialist Underwear 8/18/2005
13. Salvation's Other Face 8/31/2005
14. Advice To Young Passions (2005) 9/9/2005
15. Hartmann Acknowledged 4/14/2005
16. Daughter Art 5/1/2005
17. Sea World 4th Of July* 7/6/2005
18. Martyr In 2005 2/2/2005
19. Corgy Theology 3/5/2005
20. Red 2/7/2005
21. A Country Christmas Eve (1976 Chapbook) 1/18/2005
22. There Is A Call - 3 2/18/2005
23. Poem Of Molten Title #3 4/7/2006
24. First Train To Jordan 4/7/2006
25. Our Day 4/28/2005
26. Wwjd 4/16/2006
27. Genuflection To Spinoza 3/6/2006
28. One Postulate On The Poetic Order 3/9/2006
29. Youth Advice In Four Stanzas 3/12/2006
30. Poem Of Molten Title #2 4/3/2006
31. Evening Before Test 4/4/2006
32. Prayer Call 2/22/2005
33. Carry Permit (Density ****) 3/2/2005
34. Prayer Request 3/6/2005
35. Of Love 4/24/2005
36. Beauty Quest 4/26/2005
37. The $ Rules The World 4/28/2005
38. Spring Ahead 4/3/2005
39. On Wearing A Father's Slippers 1/5/2006
40. Pencil Power 1/13/2006

Comments about Bill Grace

  • Bill Grace (10/2/2016 6:07:00 PM)

    Marriage Blessing for the Wedding Couple

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  • Lare Austin (2/19/2005 12:21:00 PM)

    Hi Bill...read your poem 'Poetry As Prayer'...your words tell this so well...you are right...in so many ways writing poetry is so very solitude...but...rewarding...

    Lare Austin

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* A Prose Quote From Walt Whitman Appropriate To The Spirit Of This Blog (1855 Preface To 'Leaves Of Grass')

'Through the divinity of themselves shall the kosmos and the new breed of poets be interpreters of men and women and of all events and things. They shall find their inspiration in real objects to-day, symptoms of the past and future....They shall not deign to defend immortality or God or the perfection of things or liberty or the exquisite beauty and reality of the soul. They shall arise in America and be responded to from the remainder of the earth.'

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Sea World 4th Of July*

This 4th the French may not be popular
This nation that helped to sanctify the 4th
Yet our crowd feels their influence
In sound and sight spectacular
Where even sea creatures do the bidding to delight.

If those rough hewn men could see their seed
With two centuries plus of growth
They too would respond with even greater shock and awe

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