Tag Archives: Coral

Painting the Light

Painting The Light by Michael Romani Painting with the wind and light As we dive into the dark of night Building the colors in our minds There in more details than we find It is an enigmatic orchestration Tossed into … Continue reading

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Bleach Headed Coral Blues

Bleach Headed Coral Blues by Michael Romani Airport Reef Bleached white My heart knows grief At this horrifying sight White, as far as the eyes can see White, in a way that should never be There in all of its … Continue reading

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Grand Simplicity

Grand Simplicity by Michael Romani There is a sense of wicked, needless perversity In resolving global coral’s afflicted adversity Perhaps understanding this begins with curiosity Learning the species quite thoroughly Super structures build by simple organisms That have become a … Continue reading

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Chasing Coral

Chasing Coral by Michael Romani Drawn to the magic of the oceans The divers film from their emotions It feels like time has slowed down In wetsuits and flippers worn like a clown An alien world on our own planet … Continue reading

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