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:) Marriage Anniversary

The hoopla is gone
The guests went so long ago
That now we bring our child to them
And count leaving 'Leapster' as a sin
Medical bills, mortgage, two cats, dog too
More gray hairs about our crowns
More sensitivity to her frown
Still, the best and greatest decision I do not rue.
Bill Grace



:) Ageing Couple

It is nice to watch them
Much as one might observe
Deer feeding undisturbed.
Just the every day significance of little things
Perhaps it is the gait that belongs to age
Or some other subtle thing
It is nice to watch
Those who go at growing old.
Bill Grace



:) Dogs And Cats Who Talk

Your cat may yet come to talk to you
Early in the morning or when at best or worst
(They sense the energy of life if things are well or ill.)
Do not let Saint Francis take you hostage
To keep you from learning how to be truly still
It is an ancient craft not easily mastered
But it is the only door if you truly want
Your cat, or even dog, to talk to you.
Bill Grace



:) Silence

Reading the poet Sandra Fowler
The phone is quiet
Daughter and wife sleep
Clack of the keyboard
Tick of mantle clock
The power of silence
In a noisy world
Sometimes will break through
Sometimes receives its due.
Bill Grace
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