Category Archives: Memoir

Reasons to Come, Shake my Hand

  Reasons to Come, Shake my Hand The collection of poems in this book will tremendously help and offer support to others who are experiencing this struggle with their loved ones. Mr. Bryce has painted, with his beautiful poetry, a … Continue reading

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Come, Break Bread with Me

    Come, Break Bread with Me Come, break bread with me, and we shall talk of many things, of peace and harmony, friendship, and the turmoil that is life, and how we may all just get along. And so … Continue reading

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I fooled her and startled the star

  I fooled her and startled the star I fooled her and startled the star. We were on holiday. We reached Ottawa. Loved the place. Favourite spot: the grand, unbelievable library, inside and out, of the Parliament buildings. This is … Continue reading

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Chasing but Late for dinner

  After the flurry of activity about Chasing a Butterfly,  I thought I should share a bit of it. So here is the first poem in my book Chasing a Butterfly: Chasing but LATE FOR DINNER She hosted a party, … 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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I Want To Go Home she said

  I WANT TO GO HOME she said “I want to go home,” said the frail lady in the hall, “I want to go home, I don’t want to be at the ball.” She was pale and unsteady in her … Continue reading

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My Haircut: Part Two

  My Haircut About my haircut. Actually the time in the barber’s chair – see My Haircut, Part I in my previous blog – always reminds me of when I was still very young (yes, there was a time). But … Continue reading

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