Tag Archives: Affinity

In A Relative Theory of Violin

Happiest National Violin Day! In A Relative Theory of Violin by Michael Romani I know it’s all relative but who’s to argue But to play well one must add in divisions of two At least often, if you happen to … Continue reading

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Outcast

Another for Halloween: Outcast by Michael Romani There are those with affinity Shared brokenness cast within infinity Those who find company with the sad men And pleasure in the darkness of bad men I am one of those Self consumed … Continue reading

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