Tag Archives: Certain

Gratitude For A Unified Field of Connection

A poem in the light of gratitude #20: Gratitude For A Unified Field of Connection by Michael Romani Increasingly one for less and less punctuality While I search for gratitude as my reality I find much of it has to … Continue reading

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Fade To Black

Halloween Poem #25: Fade To Black by Michael Romani We shared our goodbyes at hallowed grave To the one that we could not save Then sat ourselves in shadowed room Almost welcoming our mournful gloom There was a time shared … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: The Most Certain Way To Succeed Is Always To Try Just One More Time

“Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time.” – Thomas A. Edison    

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Blood On Our Hands

Halloween poem #2 – mankind has the worse monsters and is seldom as kind as we might be if only we could. Blood On Our Hands by Michael Romani Our brutalities serve to shape us Though we wish to deny … Continue reading

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Dream Space

Broken hearts kinda byte… Dream Space by Michael Romani There’s a dream space Deep within the flame And it holds your name A moment that I embrace Thinking on your name Holier than my shame The happiness that I once … Continue reading

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First Principles: Popular Government Cannot Flourish Without Virtue In the People

“It is certainly true that a popular government cannot flourish without virtue in the people.” – Richard Henry Lee    

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First Principles: Nothing Impels Regard of Constituents As the Certainty of Participating In Their Burdens

“Nothing so strongly impels a man to regard the interests of his constituents, as the certainty of returning to the general mass of the people, from whence he was taken, where he must participate in their burdens.” – George Mason … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Hatred Hurts the Hater More Than Those Hated

“I feel fairly certain that my hatred harms me more than the people whom I hate.” – Max Frisch, architect, playwright, and novelist (15 May 1911-1991)      

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Sonnet For A Modern Love

This 27th day of Na/GloPoWriMo raises the bar to writing a sonnet.  They, whoever they is, say that sonnets are usually about romantic interests, dark ladies or distant men.  Okay!  I think I go this one.  But, I’m going to … Continue reading

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First Principles: Nothing Is Certain But Death and Taxes

“In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” – Benjamin Franklin (1789)      

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