Tag Archives: Choices

The ABCDerian of Modern Life

Na/GloPoWriMo Day 19’s challenge is to write a ABCDerian.  Here’s my attempt: The ABCDerian of Modern Life by Michael Romani Alphabet soup served as Breakfast that day Cereal having been ate Deliciously the other day Edible as these are Few … Continue reading

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Stages of Gratitude

Life when seen through the lens of a western movie …. Stages of Gratitude by Michael Romani Down the old dusty, winding road A creaky stagecoach takes it’s journey Each passenger an expert and a scold Pressed for wisdom they … Continue reading

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Points of Consideration

Tonight on election eve, it seems we have some things to think about in the US.  This is how my side sees it.  It wouldn’t be my side if I didn’t tend to agree, ya know? Points of Consideration by … Continue reading

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Her Legacy

Last Sunday was a day of recognition and honor for women on an international level.  When you think about it and all that women have done for us in all of their roles, shouldn’t every day be one? Her Legacy … Continue reading

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Hanging Rock Picnic

  Hanging Rock Picnic by Michael Romani Like luminescent flowers in still life Bridal veil symbols waiting to become wives In a layer between viewers and the scene The girls poised on the precipice, If you know what I mean … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Our Word Choices Show Our State of Mind, Disposition and Character

“In words are seen the state of mind and character and disposition of the speaker.” – Plutarch, biographer and philosopher (circa 46-120)    

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Thought For the Day: Always Do Today What You Will Wish You Had Done Tomorrow

“If we are ever in doubt about what to do, it is a good rule to ask ourselves what we shall wish on the morrow that we had done.” –  John Lubbock (1834-1913)        

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Choices of Roads Best Traveled

Choices of Roads Best Traveled by Michael Romani Choices in the roads we travel Are choices that do quite ravel The ways we take up and live Choices of the road may forgive But there are fundamentals to know And … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Our Christian Commitment Must Be Turned Into Action

“… (O)ur commitment must be translated into action — in our homes, in our neighborhoods, and in our society. Jesus taught there are only two roads in life. One is the broad road that is easy and well-traveled, but which … Continue reading

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#MeToo

#MeToo by Michael Romani It sometimes seems That the broken dreams Belong to the wealthy And maybe that’s unhealthy As in causes like #MeToo These privileges won’t do Won’t do; shouldn’t do Mustn’t do; you agree… don’t you? #MeToo needs … Continue reading

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