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Poems by William Crocker

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Date PostedPoem Title# ViewsForm
10/11/2012EMPTINESS279Free verse
08/02/2012REUNION228Free verse
08/02/2012OUR BURDEN220Free verse
06/17/2012Fast Friend207Free verse
06/15/2012She Was Special356Free verse
06/15/2012Solitude197Free verse
03/13/2012OPEN DOOR209Free verse
02/02/2012YOUR WAITER473Free verse
02/02/2012MI AMIGA365Free verse
01/03/2012NOW333Free verse
01/03/2012WE MET288Free verse
12/13/2011SLOW TIMES394Free verse
12/13/2011WAKING IN SAN FRANCISCO297Free verse
10/10/2011The Wall359Free verse
09/27/2011SHADOWS411Free verse
09/27/2011AT THE AIRPORT336Free verse
09/09/2011Isolation485Free verse
08/31/2011Exit347Free verse
08/29/2011Silent Times354Free verse
08/25/2011Restoration307Free verse
08/16/2011When I'm Alone443Free verse
08/10/2011Old Ship472Free verse
08/04/2011A Song She Might Have Sung397Free verse
07/26/2011Are You the Door463Free verse
07/26/2011My Song429Free verse
07/13/2011 FICKLE LOVER765Free verse

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Bloggers PhotoI was born in Flowing Well, Saskatchewan, Canada, as the third in a family of ten children. I grew up raising farm animals and younger siblings and always longed for solitude and a chance to think.

After high school, I worked in the mines in the Yukon, Alaska, and British Columbia. While there, the First Nation people named me "Crossfox" because of my long, red hair with the tips bleached blond by the sun. Thus, the name I have chosen for this site.

While burning magazines, for heat in the cold North, I read of "opportunities of work in Southland colleges." I left the North, never to be cold again.

As an elementary school teacher and administrator my life was full and busy, in addtion to having the joy of being the father of four wonderful children.

In 1986, I retired and began a second career as an almond farmer near Chico, CA. I was even fortunate enough to discover and patent my own almond variety during that time.

I have now retired, again, and have returned to the writing I love. I have published my own book of poetry and hope to make many meaningful acquaintences on this site.