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Petra Reexamined

Petra Reexaminedby Michael DoyleThere is an ancient city in which Nabataeans dweltThat is more carved than could be thought of as builtThis city of beauty and wonder is a World Heritage siteIt belongs to all of humanity by our noble … Continue reading

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A Vacation In the Reflective

A Vacation In the Reflectiveby Michael DoyleIt seems to me that there’s one thingCovid has brought and its the thrivingThat comes in knowing it’s not really destinationGiving us the best of our family vacationIt does not hurt in thinking locationBut, … Continue reading

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Unpredictable Play

Play is how children best first learn.  Maybe it’s that way throughout all of life? Unpredictable Play by Michael Romani Life, she says, is truly best When it’s lived an unpredictable test Where attention is paid like a guest Requiring … Continue reading

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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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Music Like Ideas

Post-Punk was a thing right?  😉  See if you can tell which band this poem alludes to if you can.  Might be fun. Music Like Ideas by Michael Romani Coming from a time when Music sounded like ideas It was … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Architecture Is Inhabited Sculpture

“Architecture is inhabited sculpture.” – Constantin Brancusi, sculptor (19 Feb 1876-1957)    

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Living Rooms

Living Rooms by Michael Romani Starting with a strategy Based on sense of priority Found in a feel of empathy Not one based on sympathy And in consideration of facts That leave one feeling relaxed There in a processed interrogation … Continue reading

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Pragmatic Utopia

Pragmatic Utopia by Michael Romani I want to live In a mountain Where I can take and give Like a drink from a fountain More of a home And less of a house A pragmatic utopia Brought to life Reshaping … Continue reading

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