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Questions of the Soul

When you are or at least feel that you’re most alone do you hear them? Questions of the Soul by Michael Romani Old injuries often breath again Like phantom limbs reaching out like friends This place; these people; often confuse … Continue reading

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Constant Flux

Constant Flux by Michael Romani Poetry finds its way to breach distance As two hearts meld into one romance This life is for the living Though often harsh and unforgiving Still, it is only death that makes life immortal As … Continue reading

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