Category Archives: Poetry and Poems

Icelandic Fibonacci

Icelandic Fibonacci by Michael Romani It’s Sad The day Thrown away Life lived different Life should be held reverently No One Pro-Life Wishes pain In a mother’s heart Held so close in our calm prayers In Fair Tragic Icelandic Culture, … Continue reading

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Himalayan Purification

Himalayan Purification by Michael Romani Bursting before the storyteller’s eyes Played out across the pale Himalayan sky In their red and saffron robes, neat and attractive Are the Bhutanese monks, happy and quite festive Morning prayer les to Buddhist rituals … Continue reading

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Broken Hearted Sonnet

Broken Hearted Sonnet by Michael Romani Hearts are such fickle things Not bound by words or even rings Too often secrets unknown Bring ruin to affections shown I could have loved you, perhaps, forever Loving you with no end; never … Continue reading

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Coral Fibonacci

Coral Fibonacci by Michael Romani One Cell Polyps Centuries Of growth they may last With extra degrees they are past Bleached Reefs They die Children cry In the nursery Begging humanity for mercy Hear See Listen Feel beauty There in … Continue reading

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Keeping His Love

Wednesday night sermon time again!  This time it’s based on: https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John+15%3A10&version=NIV John 15:10New International Version (NIV) 10 “If you keep my commands, you will remain in my love, just as I have kept my Father’s commands and remain in his … Continue reading

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Short Form Poetry Workshop – Fibonacci- Saying More By Saying Less

How do you write a fib? • There are no official rules for a Fibonacci poem – like a season word or rhyme requirement – but there are guidelines. o For one – the poem needs to be in Fibonacci … Continue reading

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A Stop At Willoughby

Season 1: Episode 30 A Stop At Willoughby by Michael Romani Even in a place as vast as space We all need to find our happy place There where even in that cracked pace A human can find escape from … Continue reading

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Alien Invasion

I thought I’d try something a little different.  Let me know what you all think, please? Alien Invasion by Michael Romani We look up into the skies Beholding the infinite stars And we believe we are alone We need to … Continue reading

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How Nightcomers Are Born

How Nightcomers Are Born by Michael Romani Legends be damned, it is just who they are Casted aspersions as living reflections of the night Festered inside the wicked, burning wounds That lay open unhealed too long before they scar These … Continue reading

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Flood Protection

Luke 6:47-49 https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke+6%3A47-49&version=NIV Flood Protection by Michael Romani Beyond the shallows of the surface There is a life lived with Holy purpose Applying the words we have read Keeping these thoughts in my head It gives me that special flood … Continue reading

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