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Downsizing

I used to know someone who would tell me about tiny houses.  So, it was sort of an interesting surprise to see that Netflix has a series that premiered today about these.  It’s amazing how much it turns out can … Continue reading

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In You, I Find My Spirituality

Sometimes when you look into the eyes of who you love, you see there not only them but the essence of God and that they are in many ways the messenger you might best listen to as they offer insights … Continue reading

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Falling Up

They say that opposites, often attract.  Maybe that’s so? Falling Up by Michael Romani Two souls separated at birth Filled with hope well worth Falling up to rise down Love leaves both feet on the ground Secrets passed down in … Continue reading

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Meanders At the Oxbow

Na/GloPoWriMo 2019, Day 29 and the challenge is to write on the after thoughts about a strong emotion and its results.  This is my attempt to clarify thoughts I had just yesterday about the days prior and the future that … Continue reading

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A Prairie Sky’s Truth

Sometimes seeing things differently is mental illness; sometimes it’s seeing things differently.  A show I was watching at the suggestion of a person who is increasingly important to me portrayed that in an interesting bit that I have attempted to … Continue reading

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Hello Brother

Hatred stokes the fear that burns across our world in random outcroppings of rage and destruction.  That being said, to take away the people’s right to bear arms and defend themselves seems like an ill thought out consequence, Madam Prime … Continue reading

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Window Shopping

Life – it’s a flash, a bit of dash, and then maybe it’s over before we even know it’s begun… Window Shopping by Michael Romani It’s strange all those little things That make up our memory All the flashes and … Continue reading

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Heartbreaks Forgiven

I wrote this poem just now.  Please forgive the typos.  It’s sort of a word flow thing…. Heartbreaks Forgiven by Michael Romani I watched you kill your child today I held your hand and did not look away You told … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Art Like A Holiday Gives Mankind A Chance To See the World Differently and Change Points of View

“Art should be like a holiday: something to give a man the opportunity to see things differently and to change his point of view.” – Paul Klee, painter (18 Dec 1879-1940)      

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Thought For the Day: You Don’t Get Harmony When Everyone Sings the Same Note

“You don’t get harmony when everyone sings the same note.” – Anonymous but possibly Doug Floyd      

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