Tag Archives: After

Keeping Our Truth

Keeping Our Truthby Michael DoyleReaching out in my cognitionHoping that my thoughts and perceptionsMight find a little recognitionAnd from that grow some receptionLiving life under another’s definitionPoints in mockery at the deceptionAs we walk this world in disguiseKeeping our truth … Continue reading

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Tavern Dice

Much of life is lived as though on a roll of the dice.  Game of chance and circumstance lived with our best intentions. Tavern Dice by Michael Doyle With a roll of dice A gamble is made For something nice … Continue reading

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First Principles: Keep Your Eyes Wide Open Before Marriage, Half Shut Afterwards

“Keep your eyes wide open before marriage, half shut afterwards.” – Benjamin Franklin, in Poor Richard’s Almanack    

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Thought For the Day: First We Shape Our Buildings, Then They Shape Us

“We shape our buildings; thereafter they shape us.”  – Winston S Churchill  

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Echo Chambers of Disbelief

Beware the monsters under our beds.. but worse still are the monsters just behind the veneer we casually wear…. Echo Chambers of Disbelief by Michael Romani In a thousand seedy places There are monsters behind faces Playing cleverly as saying … Continue reading

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