Tag Archives: Crack

Two Shakes

The warning was felt lingering in the air… Two Shakes by Michael Romani Two shakes Rattle snakes Warning’s in the air Tick tock Says the clock And soon the time’s not there Mirrored wall Cracked in awe Pride takes its … Continue reading

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Who Do You Say That I am?

Based in part on Matthew 15:16: Who Do You Say That I Am? by Michael Romani Sometimes stigmatized by the visual Here in this age of consuming digital I see what my eyes choose to see Wondering if it’s with … Continue reading

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Stranger To Myself

Little something picked up on watching a horror show and thinking.  I’m often guilty of thinking way too much. 😉 Stranger To Myself by Michael Romani Purest instincts undone A stranger to myself As divorced from me as from anyone … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: The Crack In Everything Let’s the Light Get In

“There is a crack in everything. That’s how the light gets in.” – Leonard Cohen, musician and writer (21 Sep 1934-2016)        

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