Poems of Gary Bryson
|3.||*A Shepherd My Lord Will Be||3/21/2006|
|4.||*A Ship Called Foolish Fate||3/6/2006|
|5.||*Birds on a Wire||4/10/2006|
|7.||*Job Chapter 38||3/20/2006|
|8.||*Lord, Lord, I Cannot See||4/12/2006|
|9.||*One Breath Against the Wind||3/6/2006|
|11.||*Sodom and Gomorrah||3/21/2006|
|12.||*The Essence of God||3/20/2006|
|13.||*Where Do Poems Come From||3/6/2006|
|15.||A Sonnet to the Wounded Warriors||3/24/2006|
|16.||A Winter Walk||3/20/2006|
|17.||A Young Mother Waits Lonely||3/7/2006|
|18.||Across the Garden Wall||3/24/2006|
Mayapples green in forest’s shade,
Victim of a boy’s imagination.
Stick sword in hand, leafy enemy he slays,
Victory the boy’s destination.
An army of mayapples in the wood by the stream,
In silence they mass their attack.
With his sword as he stands, through the fog of the dream,
With his bravery he drove them all back.
None witnessed the fight, or his terror and might,