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How Could We Have Ever Known?

How Could We Have Ever Known?

Written by on February 6, 2013 in Love & Family, Special Occasions, Wedding & Love Poems with 0 Comments

  A real life love poem. For Valentine’s Day. For love. For a wedding. For my wedding. For my beautiful wife. From almost 24 years ago.  She’s still the best.  Happy Valentine’s Day, sweetie! The best thing I ever did.  How could we have ever known?   How Could We Have Ever Known?   How […]

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It’s Time for Golf!

It’s Time for Golf!

Written by on July 9, 2012 in Sports with 0 Comments

Bubba Watson won the Masters.  Webb Simpson won the US Open. The British Open awaits at Royal Lytham & St. Anne’s in Lancashire, England, starting July 19.  Here’s a golf poem, entitled “A Blessing for the Golfer.”   May morning’s scent be green and sweet when you answer ancient call. May your grip be gently […]

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Wimbledon! A Blessing for the Tennis Player:  A Tennis Poem

Wimbledon! A Blessing for the Tennis Player: A Tennis Poem

Written by on July 6, 2012 in Sports with 0 Comments

  Serena Williams v. Agnieszka Radwanska in the Ladies’ Final. Roger Federer v.  Andy Murray in the Gentlemens’ Final.  Should be great matches!  A tennis poem.   A Blessing for a Tennis Player   May the net always be friendly. /a> May your serve always be true. May your strokes always be quicker than the shots hit […]

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The Silence and the Darkness: September 11

Written by on September 11, 2011 in Memorial Poems, News with 0 Comments

The Silence and the Darkness A September 11 Poem Can you hear the silence? There’s a space there in your mind, ten years old but still brand new— still burning you and touching you though you were far away.     Can you see the silence? Not a cloud was in the sky, but a […]

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It’s running season. (Not politicians.)  Real runners! Marathoners.

It’s running season. (Not politicians.) Real runners! Marathoners.

Written by on July 25, 2011 in Health, Sports with 0 Comments

Marathon. Part II: Do you know a marathoner?  They often have a 26.2 on the backs of their cars.  This is for them!  Or you! You, or your favorite runner, will love this piece.  The other day, I posted “Runner’s Blessing.” Today, I am posting “Marathon.”  This is one of my earliest, and still, one of […]

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The Loves of Our Lives (Part IV)

The Loves of Our Lives (Part IV)

Part IV (the last stanza):  An anniversary poem. A memoir poem.  A wonderful heirloom.  Enjoy!       How do we treasure the loves of our lives? Our choice, we know, was so very right, and we moved onward building a life, and lives of our children, that love in return. And so we moved […]

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The Loves of Our Lives (Part III)

The Loves of Our Lives (Part III)

  Part III: How do we treasure the loves of our lives? One choice, it seems, may lead to naught, but we move onward, hoping the next will bring us a love that lasts through the ages. And so we moved forward, relentlessly forward; we found each other and we joined together, finding we were […]

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The Loves of Our Lives

The Loves of Our Lives

Written by on July 18, 2011 in Love & Family with 0 Comments

How do measure our lives?  How do we remember those we love, in a world moving so fast, with so much information to keep track of, with so many events in so many places going on, with demands on our time, our bank accounts, and our emotions? This poem is called “The Loves of Our […]

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