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Romantic dreams that elicit song-verse memories of 
Bryon Harrelson.
A small ribbon-tied box of notes and cards.that will be as present for you as they are for the poet.

44 Pages with full-color cover, bookmarks and page navigation. PDF format.
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Bryon writes from his heart, it seems like he has experienced alot that he wants to share with the world. He uses great imagery allowing the reader to become one with the poems. Great work Bryon... thanks for sharing.
Jane van Haaren, Milton, Canada

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Yesterday Remembered
by Bryon Harrelson

Yesteryear Remembered

 

Drifted away, thinking of

our final, farewell dance

there was no love left

couldn't even feel your romance

it all drifted away

buried in so many years

nothing was left to the touch

everything got washed into tears

we were playing in the emptiness

of an old barren field

our heart became ripped

nothing was left to feel

it was all given up

even the night had lost the magic

all had washed away

to end very tragic

walking on a summer night

I feel like the only man

that's ever felt like this

this pain, you'll never feel or understand

yeah, I may still be around

but this pain never wants to end

all that love has finally disappeared

never to be seen again

 

The Warmth Of Spring

 

Spring gently begins to enter

Lost is the haunting iciness of winter

The birds are chirping their sweet song

Awaiting this season, it's taken so long

Roses refresh their beautiful glory

Buzzing bees play along this short story

The forgotten snow silently grieves

As sunlight dances upon the trees

 

The gentle breeze caresses young girls' hair

As lovely maidens dance without care

Gardens bloom as delicate children play

Soft lovers hold hands and carelessly stray

The warmth of spring covers Earth like a shawl

The warmth shall last until the ushering of

cruel Fall.

 

Fatal Love

 

I don't know what, caused you pain

or why it all went so wrong

I woke up standing in rain

the love was gone

we spent so much time

playing a love game

only to add to your crime

but you still haven't felt any shame

couldn't keep staying in disguise

had to get away

from all of those lies

to put an end to that play

it's never coming back

to be with us again

it's memory turned to black

when we reached the end

there is no way

to change that lost crime

we just have to leave that game

and move on to a new time

there is no need to fight the end

we can only move to a better life

to never let that come back to happen

besides, you could never be my wife

 

Copyright © 2005 Bryon Harrelson

 

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Romantic dreams that elicit song-verse memories of 
Bryon Harrelson.
A small ribbon-tied box of notes and cards.that will be as present for you as they are for the poet.

44 Pages with full-color cover, bookmarks and page navigation. PDF format.
Available in Read-Only and Read&Print Editions 

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