Bill Grace


Bill Grace Poems

201. Morning's Silence 8/14/2006
202. Grays 8/17/2006
203. Fat Phobic 8/21/2006
204. One Comic On Death 8/22/2006
205. The Amendment Of One Comic On Our Deaths 8/22/2006
206. Death Of Big Blue 9/20/2006
207. The Newspaper Girl's Success 5/19/2007
208. Goodness 5/21/2007
209. Poem From A Sabbath 6/4/2007
210. Little Hitlers 6/5/2007
211. Richard Serra Thank You 6/7/2007
212. Hamburger Girls 12/18/2006
213. The Power Of A God Called 'Buy' 12/19/2006
214. Insight From Jacques Ellul 6/15/2007
215. Basic Brokeness 6/17/2007
216. Six Obsessions 6/29/2007
217. Basic Humanity 6/30/2007
218. The Great God Pill 7/5/2007
219. This Thing Of Little Boxes 7/22/2007
220. Walk! Walk! Walk! 7/26/2007
221. The Gulf 7/27/2007
222. War Games 8/13/2007
223. Bragging Rights 8/13/2007
224. First Loan 8/13/2007
225. Poem For Future Title 8/13/2007
226. :) Of Icons That Hum, Vroom And Sometimes Shatter 8/14/2007
227. Right Off The Vat 8/24/2007
228. High School Reunion Of A Sort 8/31/2007
229. Brent Sherman 9/3/2007
230. 911 Memoriam Words 9/11/2007
231. Mom's Only Sin 9/14/2007
232. Benediction 9/15/2007
233. End Of Day 9/23/2007
234. Prose Of The Power Of Poetry - Decalogue Of Pope John Xxiii 9/23/2007
235. Chapters 9/30/2007
236. On Flushing And Other Acts Of Proper Resolution 10/1/2007
237. House Beautiful 10/1/2007
238. Poem Of Pure Autobiography - An Adolescent's Syllogistic Reasoning 10/1/2007
239. City's Evening Sidewalk 10/3/2007
240. Very Much For Flossing 10/7/2007

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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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