Tag Archives: Agony

To Be Crucified

Based in part on Mark 14:43-15:20: To Be Crucified by Michael Romani Testimony no matter how persistent Becomes question when it’s inconsistent Because of this we should speak plainly When telling of the fulfillment of prophecy So it was in … Continue reading

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Joy In the Gifts of Hard Times

The challenge for Na/GloPoWriMo Day 7 is to write a poem about gifts and joy.  Above this challenge was a bit about how poetry can prove quite the therapeutic tool.  I can see this easily from my own life.  From this … Continue reading

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Mistress of Agony

Mistress of Agony by Michael Romani Death knows no finality At the hands of the mistress of agony Rising up from the primordial ooze A rite of passage you did not choose Here we have no distanced length Relying on … Continue reading

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