Someone once said, "The faintest pencil mark is more powerful that the best memory" and that is certainly true from my experience.
Several readers have asked about how G.W. Clayton’s poems were found in my mother’s home. First, remember GWC was my mother's father, my maternal grandfather. Mom was a lover of writing, paper, and books. And, she saved everything. Some of the poems were scribbled on scraps of paper while others were transcribed into a hardbound poetry journal for Jean.
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