Tag Archives: Chorus

Darkness In Sight

In the end times, there will be shadows that walk among us whose sight will inspire fear, hopelessness and much darkness by their mere sight.  Are you ready to take this test and come out alright?   I hope so. … Continue reading

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The Beauty of A Closed Door

Not every answered prayer is best answered with a yes.  Still, there is a lot to be said about persistence, isn’t there? The Beauty of A Closed Door by Michael Romani Standing at the crossed paths of life There are … Continue reading

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Four Verses For My Tulip

One day, she was just there and suddenly the world made sense.. Four Verses For My Tulip by Michael Romani Four verses of six lines each Still in search of your chorus I feel it when you’re in my reach … Continue reading

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WordPress – #Daily Prompt – Crank

With a turn of the crank There was no one to thank But the God of this world Who keeps our toes curled While the whole place Takes up only a tiny space In being our everything Cosmically inclined to … Continue reading

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Sonic Gems: Georg Friedrich Händel – Messiah

Baroque composer George or rather Georg Friedrich Handel was born on February 23, 1685 and died on April 14, 1759.  He was renown for his operas, oratorios, anthems, and organ concertos.  Although of German birth, he became a naturalized British … Continue reading

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