Tag Archives: Cliche

Morning Dew

Morning Dew by Michael Romani She smiled as she sweetly told me Telling me, it wasn’t to scold me That there is a sad sense of cliché In nearly every thing that I say I smiled back that there was … Continue reading

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Na/GloPoWriMo Day 13: In A New Day’s Saying

The Na/GloPoWriMo Day 13 challenge is to stand clichés on their heads and still make poetry out of the mess.   In A New Day’s Saying by Michael Romani Like an old man in the well conformed barrens He was beginning … Continue reading

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WordPress – #Daily Prompt – Panacea

Searching through the writings of the academia Looking for some sort of universal panacea Taking in all the colors of loss and healing There seems one thing that is soul revealing There is a lot of truth in some things … Continue reading

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