Paul Hayward


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    Poems by Paul Hayward

  • My Childhood Christmas Memories

    • Published: December 18, 2018

    in Christmas Poems

    My childhood Christmas memories always make me smile.
    I'll often drift to long ago and stay there for a while.
    Remember singing carols long before the date?
    Of counting days from Halloween, I really couldn't wait.


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  • The Number 24 Bus

    • Published: June 2018
    Embracing What You Have Today

    in Life Lesson Poems

    Life is like a journey on the number 24 bus,
    So welcome aboard, young one; come, sit here with the rest of us.
    Let's hope you're going to be on here for more than just a while.
    Look out of the window, young one, and enjoy every single mile.


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  • Life Is But A Dream

    • Published: January 2016
    Reassurance On Losing A Loved One

    in Death Moving On Poems

    I am lying next to you, awake now while you sleep,
    For death has just released me, yet in your dream you weep.
    If only you could see me, so peaceful and serene,
    But you must live a little more and carry on the dream,


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  • Dance

    • Published: November 2015
    Poem About Being Positive

    in Inspirational Poems

    Open your heart to happiness,
    Let every pore absorb light.
    Swim in the joy of the here and now,
    And cast off the darkness of night.


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