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Poetry Corner

Following are links and notes to some of my poetry, in alphabetical order by title:

  • "The Bees": True story: a Reds game really was delayed by a swarm of bees.
  • "Burning the Last Outhouses": Merl and I burned the last wooden outhouses at Camp Wanake. Merl called me Gary all the time and I thought he was just going senile until after he retired and called me Greg and I realized that he was just a cantankerous old coot who wanted to see if I would do anything about it.
  • "Childhood Fantasy": 1975 was the year I really discovered baseball. I loved that 1975 Boston Red Sox team.
  • "Discovery Camp Nature Hike" : the title says it all.
  • "Morning Has Broken": a little bit about the family heritage filtered through a bus trip on choir tour in grad school.
  • "Night Vision" : bonus if you can name the singer I blatantly rip off in this poem.
  • "Perfect Day" : a day at the folk festival
  • "Pieces in the River": true story, by the way.
  • "A Petrarchan Sonnet for the Times": one of only two rhyming poems I've ever done that work. I can't believe it's over ten years old.
  • "The Poetry Man": A poem in memoriam for my Grandfather Willison

 

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