Category Archives: Marriage

Easter Sunday

    Back around Easter, as you may probably be aware, I started this poem and I had only the first three lines complete when I put it on the shelf for whatever reason and this morning I happened to … Continue reading

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Where Did My Little Girl Go?

    Two years ago I posted this poem in honor of my daughter’s wedding. TWO YEARS? Are you kidding me? Now I’m starting to think that the title should be; “Where Does The Time Go?” Rachel and Gregg are … Continue reading

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The Letter

THE LETTER  Dear Linda Lou, the letter said, your dear old, faithful dog is dead, and I hate to be the one, to break the news. * Not much has happened, since you left town. Oh, the first parish church … Continue reading

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Unworthy

     Just a few words to relate to you, how I feel about my life as I reflect on the gifts that God has given me. If we were all as fortunate as I have been, then there would be no place … Continue reading

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From Womb To Tomb

     Whilst, (love that word) looking through the works for something to post, I came across this, and because I spotted October in it, the genius that I am said, “hey, it’s October now, so, why not publish this one?”  It tells life’s story I … Continue reading

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The Magic Line

     I posted this one before, but, every once in a while, the reality of this poem comes to the fore, and I wonder, “hey,if my mind doesn’t think old, why can’t I get up, from any position without groaning, cursing, and holding … Continue reading

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The Wedding (pt. 4)

     The Wedding  August 20, 2011 All the worries of rain or other foul weather conditions brought on by the “ten-day forecast” gave way to this; a brilliant, sparkling, sunny day in the town of Portsmouth, N.H. (postal zip code 03801). The ladies had … Continue reading

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