Category Archives: Celebration

Footprints in the Snow

  Footprints in the Snow A picture on my friend Jackie Medaris’ Facebook page inspired me to write this poem. Footprints in the Snow I was lost and very lonely, Wand’ring, where I didn’t know, When I stumbled upon some … Continue reading

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Next Year

  Next Year Just you wait and see H. W. Bryce Next year I’m gonna knock ’em”outta the park,” No more namby-pamby, no more for a lark, I’m gonna be the strong one, just listen to me bark, Next year … Continue reading

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Christmas: Time to share

  CHRISTMAS Time to share H. W. Bryce Christmas is a time to think, renew, to share, A time for action on our promises to care. Hard times are facts where poverty can still abound, Hard to believe that we … Continue reading

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Goodbye Regret: I’ve no more use for you

  Goodbye Regret Goodbye regret, I’ve no more use for you You used my time You sapped my strength But now I’m fine, Goodbye. I made amends, apologized, I started new but there was you Still harassing me, And there … Continue reading

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Today is Mine: All Mine

  Today is Mine! H. W. Bryce Today is mine! I will do with it as I shall, Be alone, or spend it with a pal, Seize the day – carpe diem… Okay, I might go fishing. Today is mine, … Continue reading

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