Bill Grace


Bill Grace Poems

281. Petitionary Prayer To A God Who Suffers With Us Upon Lighting A Candle In The Dark 3/25/2008
282. Sighting From Distant Age 3/26/2008
283. Meditation Before A Fluorescing Angel 3/28/2008
284. Preserving House 3/29/2008
285. Simple Truth 1/14/2008
286. Broken Ice Maker 1/15/2008
287. Mr. Kaiser's Greatness 4/1/2008
288. Foggy Morning 4/7/2008
289. To The Impoverished A Jesus Almost Always With Head Of Thorns 4/10/2008
290. One Life 4/12/2008
291. Two Coaches 4/14/2008
292. The Institution Of Toast 4/17/2008
293. Celebrating The Late Life Church Years Of Louise Burnam Jones - A Post Death Fairwell 4/19/2008
294. A Poet's First Prose Paragraphs On Noetic Theology 4/22/2008
295. God And The Combat Simulation Range 4/25/2008
296. :) Christ - Modernity And A Free Cup Of Water 4/30/2008
297. :) Jesus On The Installment Plan 5/2/2008
298. Of Sons And Little Empires 5/22/2008
299. A Much Belated Salute To The Gardner As Evangelist 5/28/2008
300. Quote Poem From The Life Of Gandhi 5/30/2008
301. The 800 Pound Gorilla Question In Education 5/31/2008
302. Remembering Uncle Don In A Stream Of Consciousnessr 6/1/2008
303. Lesson From Bill Moyers 6/4/2008
304. Television Survival Drama 6/9/2008
305. A Mother's Confession Appropriate To Her Day 7/13/2008
306. We Must Build A Firmament 7/16/2008
307. Vacuous Acquisition 7/17/2008
308. Simple Pleasures 7/22/2008
309. Advice For Deploying Military 7/25/2008
310. Stalin's Rolex 8/19/2008
311. The Poetry Game 8/27/2008
312. Reflection Of A Marauding Priest Without Faculties 8/28/2008
313. Roughed Up In Berkeley 8/29/2008
314. The True Tale Of Mr. Peaches The Rat 9/3/2008
315. To See America Work 9/4/2008
316. Watching Washington Work 9/5/2008
317. On A Small Touch Of Hunger 9/5/2008
318. Of Blessings And Stars 9/7/2008
319. Hurricane 9/13/2008
320. Charlie Rose Has A Chuckle 9/15/2008
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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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:) Poetry Of 12 Words

Cat on lap
Tock of clock
Wife sings
Work ends
Silence
Night.

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