The Tiger's Grief - Poem by Bill Grace
We who grieve understand you better Tiger Woods
The loss of your father
Death that cuts in two while leaving whole.
I admire the peace the press tells you have
And after the final shot the tears that broke
That told the whole world how much you missed him
How much you loved him
And that you are whole
Champion or not you are whole.
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