Tag Archives: Anger

A Lotus Blossoms

In part, I have bene raised around Asian influences.  Then again, in this modern world, perhaps we all are? A Lotus Blossoms by Michael Romani A lotus blossoms in its own way The sun rises on each new day Weakness … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Patience In A Moment of Anger Saves One Thousand Days of Sorrow

“If you are patient in one moment of anger you will save a thousand days of sorrow.” – Chinese  Proverb        

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Thought For the Day: Allowing Small Things To Anger You Indicates the Size of Your Soul

“If a small thing has the power to make you angry, does that not indicate something about your size?” – Sydney J. Harris    

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WordPress – #Daily Prompt – Circle

There is a circle of colors in this world All of them ripe and ready to be swirled None of them less than the others All of them our sisters and our brothers None of them do less than matter … Continue reading

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In Defense Of (Damage Done)

In Defense of Damage Done by Michael Romani Even after all the damage done The battle has only just begun Words will not win what must be won But with the courage needed as one One who can move beyond … Continue reading

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Short Form Poetry Workshop – Flamed Zen

What is a Mirror Oddquain • One of the types of Oddquain • Short poetry style very similar to the Cinquain • Name comes from the odd syllable count per line • Five lines per stanza • two stanzas • … Continue reading

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Thought of the Day: Anger Management

“People who fly into a rage always make a bad landing.” — Will Rogers There is nothing wrong with righteous anger well managed.  Problem is that most anger isn’t either.  It’s neither righteous or well managed.  This usually ends up … Continue reading

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