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Single. I'm currently a volunteer at the Salvation Army and I do work for Habitat Humanity. I like to go to church every day and run six days a week. I train for marathons and I finished my first novella.I have a passion for sharing and writing poetry. My poems also appear on YouTube under Ronald Bunch. Follow me on Twitter at @BunchRonald

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List of poems by Ronald Bunch 18 total

10 Holy Haiku and Senryu Poems 1 View
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A Shimmering Glimmer 0 Views
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All for One 0 Views
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Don't Get Your Hand Caught in a Cookie Jar 0 Views
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Ever After 0 Views
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God Will Use Us For The Greater Good 1 View
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God's Harvest—Haiku 0 Views
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Jesus is the Light (Haiku) 1 View
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On My Death Bed 0 Views
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Pray for the Dalits in India (Haiku) 0 Views
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Rain on Me 0 Views
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Remember Thunder 0 Views
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Roses are Red and Violets are Blue 3 Views
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Save the poor Dalits 0 Views
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Signs of the Times 1 View
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Thank the Son 0 Views
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Thank You Eternal Jesus 0 Views
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We are Royals 0 Views
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