Tag Archives: Abstraction

Thought For the Day: Standard English Is A Convenient Abstraction

“Standard English is a convenient abstraction, like the average man.” – George Leslie Brook, English professor, author (1910-1987)          

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Thought For the Day: It Is the Flaws That Helps Create Beauty

“The absence of flaw in beauty is itself a flaw.”  – Havelock Ellis, physician, writer, and social reformer (2 Feb 1859-1939)        

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Constant Flux

Constant Flux by Michael Romani Poetry finds its way to breach distance As two hearts meld into one romance This life is for the living Though often harsh and unforgiving Still, it is only death that makes life immortal As … Continue reading

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A Sort of Jazzy Sonnet

A Sort of Jazzy Sonnet by Michael Romani Lost in an abstraction of truth I spent the morning with the jazz That I loved so much in my youth A rhythmic kick of funky pizzazz Filled with that subtle incongruency … Continue reading

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