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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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To the Copts: A String Poem

TO THE COPTS: A STRING POEM This being Easter and only a few short days since terrorists bombed two Coptic churches in Egypt, I want to share an experience I had there many years ago. It speaks of brotherhood and … 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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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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The Ruins: A Tale of Two Legends

  The Ruins A tale of Two Legends Once a stately pyramid, now a hieroglyphic, Once a brilliant mind, now the ruins, Ravished by the weather and the people, Deconstructed by disease, Once a prosperous farmer, now a stick plow … Continue reading

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Wisps of Joy

  Wisps of Joy In Remembrance A ragbag of thoughts and rhymes I ask her where she is; she cannot remember. I ask her what is your name; she cannot recall. I ask her do you still love me, and … Continue reading

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Babbling Brook: Babbling minds

  Babbling Brook Babbling Minds A Fontanelle  Babbling brook, babbling minds, Life is rushing by, “Hurry, hurry, try keeping up, Don’t get too cozy in your nook;” Then pause to enjoy the land Slow your mind, talk to me, Listen … Continue reading

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