Tag Archives: Darkness

Thought For the Day: Returning Hate For Hate Only Multiples Hate

“Returning hate for hate multiplies hate, adding deeper darkness to a night already devoid of stars. Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that. Hate multiplies hate, violence … Continue reading

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Felt (The Loss of Shangri-la)

It’s interesting.  This poem started of with the intention of being a lighthearted look at the sort of a person who would look at Shangri-La an think that all it’s missing is a casino.  By the time, my pen hit … Continue reading

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Still the Monkey Grins

The world has a monkey on its back.  It’s the darkness inside us all. Still the Monkey Grins by Michael Romani Born innocent Victims to the sins The sins of the father Eden’s fall set the precedent Banished, cast before … Continue reading

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The Wolf of God

Cursed bane or blessing… am I alone in sometimes wondering which is which when it comes to watching the tortured souls and their travails that often make for those who  and what entertain us most? The Wolf of God by … Continue reading

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The Knights Shall Ride

Long ago in the days ole, there  were knights unafraid to serve the will of king and nation for the cause of the righteous….. The Knights Shall Ride by Michael Romani In times of darkness Able men of the light … 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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On the Edge of Nowhere

For all my life, November has been marked as a time for contemplation and gratitude on all the blessings that come our way and somehow seldom receive the focus they should.   This includes for those fighting the good fight. … Continue reading

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First Principles: May God Scatter Light, Not Darkness, On Our Paths

“May the father of all mercies scatter light, and not darkness, upon our paths, and make us in all our several vocations useful here, and in His own due time and way everlastingly happy.” – George Washington (1790)     … Continue reading

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A Witch’s Power

Which witch is which? Or, it merely a switch of power in the name of femininity empowered? Just in time for Halloween, Netflix releases a series in which Sabrina becomes a more powerful character than in the Archie comics… A … Continue reading

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We Hide

I don’t think it is too controversial to presuppose that each of us has at least a little dark side to us.  That seemed like a topic right for this Halloween season. We Hide by Michael Romani The monsters that … Continue reading

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