Bill Grace


Bill Grace Poems

121. Contemporary Retrospect On Sex 5/4/2006
122. Projective Observation At Frequented Restaurant 5/8/2006
123. Conversion 2/14/2005
124. Start Up* 2/4/2005
125. Recipe For An Advanced Ale Lover 9/20/2005
126. Goals 5/9/2006
127. Violence 5/10/2006
128. Daughter's Evening Before Tests 5/14/2006
129. Silence As Elixir 5/23/2006
130. Poem Of Molten Title #4 5/24/2006
131. Meeting For Worship 5/25/2006
132. :) Two Rings 5/26/2006
133. Memorial Day 2006 5/29/2006
134. Compassion In A City Called Corpus Christi 5/30/2006
135. The Hallowing Of History 6/3/2006
136. Poem Place Under Construction 6/8/2006
137. Little League Minors 6/13/2006
138. Visit To Brown's Ice Cream (Dairy Store) - Stillwater, Mn 6/21/2006
139. Passing On The Things We Love 6/23/2006
140. :) Yes, Professor Cohen! 6/29/2006
141. Pop's Viet Nam Verve 7/5/2006
142. Nine Cities Of Six Lines 7/5/2006
143. Charles Schulz 7/6/2006
144. Three Police Reports 7/6/2006
145. Max Rosenthau 7/7/2006
146. Stance 7/10/2006
147. Owned By House 7/11/2006
148. Seven Gifts From Our New Poet Laureate 7/11/2006
149. :) Problematic Watch (Autobiography) 7/12/2006
150. Want To Be A Pilot? 7/14/2006
151. Silence Is Ok 7/15/2006
152. Morning Litany 7/19/2006
153. Family Emergency Against The Panikhida Service 7/19/2006
154. Mixed Day 10/9/2006
155. High Tech Respite 10/10/2006
156. The Death Of Happy Birthday 10/17/2006
157. After The Book Fair 10/21/2006
158. Remagen Bridge 10/23/2006
159. Miss Dupre Remembered 10/24/2006
160. Lesson 10/24/2006

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  • 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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I hope to meet you someday
though you are what the world calls dead
it is not true
a special type of courage
that makes me feel blue
this old sergeant salutes you.

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