Category Archives: Service

GLORY! Glory be to peace

  Glory Glory be to peace H. W. Bryce Go to war for glory Fight the ‘glorious’ fight But though fame may come Fame will go and glory too Quicker than a wink Glory has a reputation, Though it precedes … 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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Virtual Medal

  Virtual Medal A quiet town lay quiet on the quiet countryside, A quiet car pulls up on the quiet parking lot Of a quiet market store on a quiet market day, A soldier wearing civvies walks to the quiet … Continue reading

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I Am My Own Hero

  My Hero’s Journey You are on a Hero’s Journey, and it will make you strong. The situation arises. Your loved on is in danger. The challenge is thrown down. At first, you are reluctant; you do not want this … Continue reading

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Generosity

  Generosity is Hers Generosity is giving Freely without a thought of the self, Not just helping one in need But just the giving for giving’s sake. Those with the giving nature Are the blessed of folks, A wheel of … Continue reading

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She Serves: Universal Mom

  She Who Serves She who serves, has a thankless task, The smile she wears is a clever mask; Her hands are raw from scrubbing brush, And yet they soothe and never rush. Her hands may bleed, her bones are … Continue reading

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