Bill Grace


Bill Grace Poems

601. Roadside Cross In Texas 8/23/2011
602. Garfield’s Ghost 8/24/2011
603. Chaplain Candidate Class 8/25/2011
604. Hurricane Irene 8/26/2011
605. Mural A La Louise 8/26/2011
606. Observed Matter 8/27/2011
607. The Surgeon General’s Prophet 8/28/2011
608. Poem Of Future Title 9/3/2011
609. Lap Pool Nymph 9/5/2011
610. Suicide Tsunami 9/10/2011
611. Discovering Luigi Cherubini On 9/11’s Tenth 9/11/2011
612. On Sandy’s “time” 9/11/2011
613. Four Slender Books Of Poetry 9/14/2011
614. After Shocks 9/15/2011
615. Burning Love Letters A Conjecture 9/22/2011
616. Four Bibles 9/23/2011
617. Ma Bailey And The Nickel Coke 9/28/2011
618. Edgings 9/28/2011
619. Little Life Event 9/30/2011
620. Quote From A T Hirt 10/1/2011
621. Quote From A T Shirt 10/1/2011
622. Pause Before Adoration 10/6/2011
623. Transaction 10/6/2011
624. Doug Cooper And The Morning Mensch 10/7/2011
625. Ashes 10/8/2011
626. Spark 10/11/2011
627. Hollywood And The Death Of The Ship’s Captain 10/13/2011
628. A Truth Never Understood In Youth 10/16/2011
629. On A Moving Mountain 10/16/2011
630. The Thank You 10/19/2011
631. Tsunami And Prayer 10/20/2011
632. Fact And Fantasy 10/22/2011
633. The Wonder Of A Friend Lost 10/23/2011
634. Shadow 10/24/2011
635. When I Read The Great Poets 10/28/2011
636. The Creativity Of Ashes 10/30/2011
637. The Creativity Of Ashes Ii 10/31/2011
638. Power Discovery 11/1/2011
639. Black Sheep Black Cat 11/2/2011
640. On My Dog 11/2/2011
Best Poem of Bill Grace

* 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.'

Quoted from 'The Harvard Classics' edited by Charles W, Eliot copyright of 1938 by P. F. Collier & Son Corporation 'Prefaces and ...

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Like An Acolyte

Like the acolyte of youth
I tend the night lights of our home
With strange proclivity for nourshing their glow
That in darnkness makes a statement of decisive show
Against the saturating power of the night
Not needed with the dawn of day.

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