Bernard Snyder

Gold Star - 4,803 Points (11-07-1959 / Savannah Ga.)

Bernard Snyder Poems

1. 'Somehow' 2/20/2011
2. 'So Into Her' 2/21/2011
3. 'At Times' 2/21/2011
4. 'How I Know' 2/21/2011
5. 'Problems' 2/24/2011
6. Stereotyped' 2/24/2011
7. 'To Me' 2/24/2011
8. 'Overwhelmed' 2/28/2011
9. 'Reflection' 2/28/2011
10. 'Wake Up', People 3/2/2011
11. 'Still' 3/3/2011
12. 'Sometimes' 3/3/2011
13. 'Hear Me' 3/8/2011
14. 'In Too Deep' 7/28/2011
15. Remember 8/22/2011
16. Spinning 8/22/2011
17. Determined 8/22/2011
18. 'Shhh' 8/31/2011
19. 'My Bad' 10/13/2011
20. 'Confessions' 3/12/2012
21. 'Sea Of Envy' 3/22/2012
22. 'Hmmm' 3/22/2012
23. 'A Black Beamer's Ride' 4/5/2012
24. 'Get@ Me' 5/29/2012
25. 'What I Would Do' (To Please You) 6/2/2012
26. 'Talking Trash On South Beach' 6/20/2012
27. 'Scorned' 7/5/2012
28. 'For Me' 7/15/2012
29. 'Dreams Of Spain' 7/15/2012
30. 'Whatever' 7/16/2012
31. 'Imagine' 8/16/2012
32. 'Where The Truth Lies' 8/16/2012
33. In The Shadows 12/6/2013
34. Tied To A String 12/9/2013
35. If I Could Write 12/11/2013
36. Dear Santa 12/24/2013
37. Will You Remember Me 12/31/2013
38. Out Of My Hands 12/31/2013
39. All Of Me 2/16/2014
40. The Teaser 9/18/2014
Best Poem of Bernard Snyder

Hurricane Kaitlyn

She came from the Midwest
six years ago to be exact,
she didn't pack heavy rains, gusty winds
or anything like that,
as a matter of fact
she was unusually laid back (for a hurricane)
she hung around
for a little more than a month
she discussed the things she likes
and the type of career she wants
I'd even looked at a few places
where I would treat her for lunch
but her time here was up
before the first meal was ever launched,
even though her stay was brief
the impact she had
left me 'soaked' and intrigued
I'd even wondered at times ...

Read the full of Hurricane Kaitlyn

'Hold My Hand'

I just want to say 'thank you', Lord
and know that I truly understand,
how lost I would've been
if you weren't holding my hand,
you've always filled my cup with everything
whenever it ran empty,
through you, I've had my share of opportunities in life
because you provided aplenty,
you've always made me so happy

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