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To Live Beyond the Grave

To Live Beyond the Graveby Michael Doyle There are things I think onThat I wish not to be goneThere are words I have saidThat might help others ahead it’s these things I would saveTo extend these beyond the graveIn hope … Continue reading

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Great Things Come Unexpected

Great Things Come Unexpectedby Michael DoyleI have found in lifeThat it’s not to be neglectedTo say only that sometimesGreat things come unexpectedOpportunity sometimes fallsRight into our lapsAnd when that chance callsWith its rings or its rapsIt’s the only answer that … Continue reading

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The Tales Told

The Tales Toldby Michael DoyleThe seventh son of the seventh sonKnows he has no choice but to be the oneWho in accord with ancient prophecyMust rise above to embrace his legacyThe tales told are things quite legendaryPressing him to greatness … Continue reading

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A Dagger’s Breath

The last in the classic retelling of a classic werewolf tale: A Dagger’s Breath by Michael Doyle Everywhere the deceived heart searches for clues Bits of treachery displayed in all of its hues You can hide it all within a … Continue reading

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Casted Cares

A short devotional poem based on a short pier side devotional attended last night with Desiree: Casted Cares by Michael Romani Elijah spent his time of testing Spent in the crucible never resting Time spent alone where he confides Talking … Continue reading

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There’s the Deep of That

Common culture often sees child’s play as an expression of something basic.  Modern psychology suggests that it is otherwise.  I am inclined to agree. There’s the Deep of That by Michael Romani There is as it seems A world that … Continue reading

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It’s A Harsh Thing To Be Labelled

December 3rd is both National and International Disability Day.  In honor of this: It’s A Harsh Thing To Be Labelled by Michael Romani As I pull in to park at the facility I feel a dreaded sense of vulnerability It’s … Continue reading

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Learning To Trust

In transition from general gratitude and more toward Christmas now and holiday feelings… the last poem of gratitude #30: Learning To Trust by Michael Romani One cold, silent night An angel appeared Filling the room with light A messenger from … Continue reading

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The Outspokenness of Brokenness

A poem of gratitude #29: The Outspokenness of Brokenness by Michael Romani Lord, if you’ll forgive my outspokenness How do you love us in our brokenness? I get that you died for us on a crucifix Wounded by my own … Continue reading

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To Begin As It Began

Like the sea many of the best things in life ebb and flow, in and out and expanding just to contract back into its depths. To Begin As It Began by Michael Romani Like two ships adrift and at sea … Continue reading

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