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In A Dissonance Theory

In A Dissonance Theoryby Michael DoyleWhat if…What if is the beginningAs good as any beginningOr so it often seemsThe waking is stuff of dreamsAnd dreams bring as much truthAs that which we are toldAll the bill of goods that we … Continue reading

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Blind Spots

Blind Spotsby Michael Doyle”What’s my fault” is the starting pointIt is the starting point within meIs it self-centeredness that speaks to pointThat my hurt feelings are more about meIt is the me stuff that raises the defensesAll the selfish desires … Continue reading

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Build Up, Don’t Tear Down

Why is destruction and all that so popular as the way to express grievances that do need to be addressed? Build Up, Don’t Tear Down by Michael Doyle We should be building up All for a drink from the winner’s … Continue reading

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The Moral Imagination

It is not enough to give to our children and our society definitions of right and wrong or normless stories and books leading to an inability to make the profound decisions needed for the better world we so desperately need. … Continue reading

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Sunshine On A Rainy Day

Day 26th of NaPoWriMo/GloPoWriMo and the optional prompt is to write an almanac poem using: Almanac Questionnaire Weather:  Rainy Day Flora:   Marsh Roses Architecture:  Limestone Customs:   Pork Tenderloin Mammals/reptiles/fish: Sandhill Cranes Childhood dream: Becoming the president Found on … Continue reading

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Owed To A Non-Living Killer

An attempt at both blank verse which I never quite understand and a virus that apparently isn’t going away so it might be wise to understand, right? Owed To A Non-Living Killer by Michael Doyle A world cast into lockdown … Continue reading

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The Turbulence Begins

American history continues: The Turbulence Begins by Michael Doyle As the post-war alliance fell apart, the United Nations started The start of Cold War began and sustained as peace departed Confrontations began and nuclear weapons were on both sides’ hands … Continue reading

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Standard of Gold

There are a lot of reasons to have gratitude toward things learned and passed on through the generations and a lot to be learned and then go on to grow into our own future.  This is a sixth poem in … Continue reading

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Just A Little Broken

It’s the way of mankind.  We’re all just a little broken – even the best of us. Just A Little Broken by Michael Romani Everyone is a little broken But that remains almost unspoken While we sit around the table … Continue reading

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Finding Restorative Balance

Lately, though taking quite a hit in my life, I have also found through the good times and lessons given and learned some hints at new approaches for my health and peace.  For that, I will always be eternally grateful. … Continue reading

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