Tag Archives: Blasphemy

Strange & Eternal

Not a law firm but a continuing theme…. Strange & Eternal by Michael Romani Strange and eternal We walk into the infernal Nightmare of crimson skies Mist rising before our eyes Walking alone down a dirt road Remembering lessons learned … Continue reading

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Time Spent With the Harvard Classics: Christopher Marlowe – Edward II

On February 26, 1564, the English playwright, poet and translator, Christopher Marlowe was born.  Before his death on May 30, 1593, Marlowe had become the foremost Elizabethan tragedian of his day.  It is touted that he was a great inspiration … Continue reading

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The Thirst For Power

Thirst For Power by Michael Romani History is replete In how it completes A man’s thirst for power Grows and devours Since the days of Cain and Abel The wicked man does as able To take what he believes is … Continue reading

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