Bill Grace


Twenty Days To Christmas In 2005 A.D. - Poem by Bill Grace

Across the green manicured lawns
With white light deer
Through the thermal glass
Past the heavy brocade Santa
(another ever elegant product of China)
In a silence of a house
That would rival any cathedral
I heard the distant baby cry
So clear even the dog looked up with apprehension
And well he should.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 5, 2005



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