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Gail Grierson Poems
When I have a problem And I don’t know How to solve it, I ask you for your input
A Single Rose
I walked among the flowers To choose one just for you; So many blooms to pick from, Some in every hue.
If I Tell You
If I tell you how I’m feeling, Will you tell me honestly? If my heart sends out a message, Will yours send one back to me?
The Sunshine in a Smile
Have you ever noticed The brilliance of a smile? A smile that’s meant for only you Can make your day worthwhile.
I Need a Hug
I need a hug I’m feeling sad Am missing you today; Would be so great,
Come Sit with Me
Come sit with me And talk awhile I'll tell you what I miss - Your loving eyes,
Summer's Coming to an End
It won’t be too much longer ‘Til the school year starts again; Days are flying faster now, Summer’s coming to an end.
The school year's coming to an end, June is almost here; Seniors taking their exams, Graduation time is near.
Our friendship happened instantly, We met and something clicked; Of all the people that I met, You were the one I picked.
Before There was Sunshine
Before there was sunshine And warm summer haze, Before there was leisure And long, lazy days,
Walking in the Early Afternoon
When walking in the early afternoon I think of you and wish you here with me; The woods are such a lovely place in June, You would enjoy it, this I guarantee.
Hold Me Close and Tell Me True
Perhaps you think I’m kidding When I say that I love you And more than anything I want To spend my life with you.
September by the Shore
I think it would be wonderful To spend a day with you; There’s lots we could experience, So much that we could do.
A Precious Gift
My cellphone rings We talk awhile And share a joke or two; It's not just laughter
Comments about Gail Grierson
(4 April 1928 - 28 May 2014)
(March 26, 1874 – January 29, 1963)
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Edgar Allan Poe
(19 January 1809 - 7 October 1849)
(31 October 1795 – 23 February 1821)
(31 May 1819 - 26 March 1892)
When I have a problem
And I don’t know
How to solve it,
I ask you for your input
And you help me
To resolve it.
Talking with you
Cheers me up
And helps to make me see
My problem’s not
As it seemed to be.
Sometimes I just get
Can’t make a decision,
But you speak to me
So sensibly and
I appreciate your vision.
Your soothing voice
And common sense,
Invaluable to me;
And your point of view’s
Even when I don’t agree.