Tag Archives: Color

Abstractiva

Abstract art has it’s meanings if you look deep enough. Abstractiva by Michael Romani Chaotic, feathery strokes embrace The tempest that is grief Jagged streaks of rage turn to face The locked out ability to find relief Seeping outward in … Continue reading

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Chinook of the North

My apologies for falling asleep before writing the poem for yesterday’s challenge.    The challenge for Na/GloPoWriMo  Day 10 is to write a poem that references a local weather term.  After some thought and discussion, I have chose a type … Continue reading

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Memory of Fireworks Haiku

I keep stumbling around trying to catch up with this whole Milkwood Poem of a Day event.  Mainly, it seems that when bits and pieces are done out of sequence, it confuses me to where to go from there.  With … Continue reading

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Clever As Your Dreams

Does anyone else remember going to the circus as a kid?  I think that was one of those memories for me that will live forever.  It was shocking to me later to find out that some were afraid of clowns.  … Continue reading

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In How She Calls My Name

  In How She Calls My Name by Michael Romani Once there was such a beautiful sightThere on that very colorful nightUp in the skies, I saw with my eyesA winged blessing in her disguiseThe magic of her filled my … Continue reading

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American Lion: Speaker of Truth

Frederick Douglass was a Republican.   I love when I read the Left try to work its way around that with lies and pretense and then try to make the case anything but than it was.  The Republicans formed in … Continue reading

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First Principles: Racism Has No Proper Place Except An Oppressive Error To Be Learned About From History

“We have seen the mere distinction of color made in the most enlightened period of time, a ground of the most oppressive dominion ever exercised by man over man.” – James Madison (1787)    

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WordPress – #Daily Prompt – Infect

In life, if we stop just long enough to inspect We find so little is needed to reflect and infect Just a little bit of color brings a nice touch One that is often needed and needed much Like a … Continue reading

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Remembrance of Holi

Remembrance of Holi by Michael Romani In a festival of colors It’s a festival of love In a swirling of dancers It’s all of the above Frolicking in joyous celebration As new growth is awaited This is what is celebrated … Continue reading

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Autumn Eases In

This past Tuesday’s Short Form Poetry Workshop was devoted to a special genre of weather orientated poetry.  The first of two that I wrote that night is Autumn Eases In.  I think I wrote it as much in avoidance of the … Continue reading

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