Tag Archives: Caution

A Vancouverite Current

The Na/GloPoWriM0 Day 15 challenge is to provide a Robert Brown or Shakespearian styled monologue sort of a poem.  I opted for a redo on Hamlet’s  “To Be or Not To Be” monologue. Kind of.. I opted for happy thoughts not … Continue reading

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Choices Made

I could not really decide on a pertinent title.  How does one sum up a poem about knights and the struggle for nobility? Choices Made by Michael Romani There is nothing that stands against corruption More than those who will … Continue reading

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First Principles: The Duty of Judges Is to Interpret and Apply Law and Not To Create Law

“Every prudent and cautious judge … will remember, that his duty and his business is, not to make the law, but to interpret and apply it.” – James Wilson (1742-1798)      

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Thought For the Day: Stories Read and/or Told Alter Our Worlds

“Beware of the stories you read or tell; subtly, at night, beneath the waters of consciousness, they are altering your world.” – Ben Okri, poet and novelist (b. 15 Mar 1959)    

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Thought For the Day: Don’t Be So Busy Doing To Be A Human Be-ing

“Beware the barrenness of a busy life.”  – Socrates Too many people get caught up in doing all that the can on a 24/7 blaze right through life.  Take a moment to savor all the flavor that you find along … Continue reading

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