Tag Archives: Authenticity

Artifice (What Price Hollywood?)

Some musicians and actors strive so hard to be genuine and authentic, not matter how hard they have to fake it…. Artifice (What Price Hollywood?) by Michael Romani It’s arguably corporeal Slightly nostalgic and funereal The singer’s veil is repurposed … Continue reading

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#Pennies For Dollars

#Pennies For Dollars by Michael Romani There is something off Hollow and desperate In the context collapse That keeps the music separate From the artistic soul And given to the corporate behemoths Who steal the control While trading pennies for … Continue reading

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