Tag Archives: Ambiguity

Knowing of the Why

Knowing of the Whyby Michael DoyleI believe I know the whyOf why a weeping willow criesWhen there was no time for goodbyeAnd that’s the case for each of us who diesEven in the best case of stabilityThere lies the uncanny … Continue reading

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A Star Wars Lesson In Liberty

May 4th has become, for some, a day of tribute to Star Wars as “May the 4th Be With You” day.   When the day passed recently, it gave me some cause to think about how we around the planet … Continue reading

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Maddening Ambiguity

In the world of language and things said, context is everything.  Isolated bits are more often confusing than factual. Maddening Ambiguity by Michael Romani It doesn’t take a lot of ingenuity To see that language has a lot of ambiguity … Continue reading

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The Confusion In A Poet’s Way

The Confusion In A Poet’s Way by Michael Romani We wear our brands Even when we don’t understand We poets soar Not unlike a mouse’s roar Never quite knowing The all that we’re showing Illuminating paths we don’t see Even … Continue reading

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