The author, born July 15,1931, was schooled his first two years in St. Anthony School in Worcester, Massachusetts, then was enrolled in St. Stephen School in Framingham through the Ninth Grade when he became Class President, and also, received the American Legion School Award of Distinguished Achievement. Graduating he received a scholarship to Sacred Heart High in Newton. After high school his ... more »
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Grandfather struck a hard four
And woke me from a sound sleep.
Fortunately, drifting back into slumber
Was easier than most nights.
But then a poem hit,
And my brain woke, and went into high drive!
Wearily I looked at the window.
A three quarter moon was seeping in
Around the edges of the shade.
I lifted the shade and was flooded by its light.
It swept down over chimneys and roofs
Still wet from an earlier rain,
And was chasing mists rising from a ground fog
That was covering streets and yards
In secrets and mysteries.
Sleepy eyes ...