Clarence A. Graham, Jr.

Rookie (June 28,1919 / Virginia, St. Louis County, Minnesota.)

Clarence A. Graham, Jr. Poems

1. Zippy 2/4/2006
2. Sleepy Head 3/7/2006
3. On Growing Old 3/11/2006
4. Donna 3/16/2006
5. The Love Of Jesus 3/17/2006
6. It's The Irish In Me 3/18/2006
7. Ramona 3/19/2006
8. Messiahs 3/19/2006
9. Don'T Jump The Gun 3/20/2006
10. Gratitude 3/21/2006
11. I Am Love Dedication To My Friend Bonnie 3/22/2006
12. It Is As Though 3/25/2006
13. Did You Ever Think? 3/26/2006
14. On The Road Home 3/26/2006
15. Glow-More-Ah 3/26/2006
16. Kin 1/30/2006
17. In Thy Making 1/31/2006
18. Sleepy 2/1/2006
19. My Darling Nora Mattei 2/2/2006
20. A Mouse Named Gnaw 4/4/2006
21. The Rabbit With The Indigo Fur 4/18/2006
22. Rabbit With Indigo Fur 4/20/2006
23. St. Valentine's Day 2/3/2006
24. Disestablish 2/3/2006
25. Stephanie 2/5/2006
26. Contentment 2/5/2006
27. The Face Of God 2/11/2006
28. Chick-A-Ree 2/11/2006
29. Jipo-The Logger 2/21/2006
30. Jackie 2/23/2006
31. Lil' Joe Pick-A-Ninny 2/23/2006
32. My Friened Tony 2/25/2006
33. Open The Door Of Your Heart 2/25/2006
34. A Prayer For Clancy 2/25/2006
35. Commitment 3/5/2006
36. Wise Sayings 3/6/2006
37. The Day The Earth Shook 5/28/2006
38. Marilyn 6/4/2006
39. Lil' Oscar 6/11/2006
40. The Firey Furnace 6/16/2006

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Thank You Mother-God

Thank You Mother-God for caring for us in our need
For the health and healing that we need

Thank You Mother-God for Your for Your gifts we know not of
For Your loving helpfulness from above

Thank You Mother-God for being One with Father-God at the time of creation
Creating all creation with perfection

Being Children of God, we should be Gods
Because You Both created us to be like Gods

Thank You Mother-God for helping Father-God in giving all our gifts
So thar between us, as Children of God, there will be no rifts

April 30,2006, Clarence A. ...

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My Darling Nora Mattei

My Darling, My Darling Nora Mattei
She came from Corsican ole sod ages ago
To help us with our wails and woes
As we go through life with its throes

She is now working as a social worker
at the Virginia Regional Medical Center, she toils
and helps as many of the patients as possible
As she will be doing in ages to come

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