Tag Archives: Distance

Life Anew

On the further consideration of how diatoms not the Amazonian rainforest so much act as the lungs of this beautiful world  of ours.  For some of us who have to consider more than others the role of oxygen in our … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Love Knows No Distance

“Love knows no distance; it hath no continent; its eyes are for the stars.” – Gilbert Parker        

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Thought For the Day: Believe In the Immeasurable Power of Love

“I believe in the immeasurable power of love; that true love can endure any circumstance and reach across any distance.”  – Steve Maraboli, Unapologetically You: Reflections on Life and the Human Experience    

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Sonnet For A Modern Love

This 27th day of Na/GloPoWriMo raises the bar to writing a sonnet.  They, whoever they is, say that sonnets are usually about romantic interests, dark ladies or distant men.  Okay!  I think I go this one.  But, I’m going to … Continue reading

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Relative Complicity

Na/GloPoWriMo Day 12 asks that we who take up the challenge of finding something dull that we’re willing to give away.  Well, sorry, but I’m twisting this into something that can never be owned, only given and that is so … Continue reading

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Dream Big Ghazal

Poem A Day #4 is to be of the Ghazal poetry form. Ghazals were originally popularized and written by such notables as Rumi and Hafiz of Persia.  Through the influence of Goethe (1749–1832), the ghazal became very popular in Germany … Continue reading

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A Haiku Passage On Groundhog’s Day

Happy Groundhog Day!  Combine Milkwood writing group’s poem of the day into a celebration for today.  Good news!  Spring is predicted to arrive early! Milkwood Poem of the Day POD 1 – Haiku 5-75 A Haiku Passage On Groundhog’s Day … Continue reading

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On Losing You

Feeling lousy today with only myself to blame… On Losing You by Michael Romani In losing you I might as well Have lost my life Sad, but, true This end of tale.. I would have made you my wife I … Continue reading

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Neruda Blues

Neruda Blues by Michael Romani If there came a day When you might look my way I think that I would smile No, I know that I would Through my longest mile Feeling the good of your good Your dreams … Continue reading

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Constant Flux

Constant Flux by Michael Romani Poetry finds its way to breach distance As two hearts meld into one romance This life is for the living Though often harsh and unforgiving Still, it is only death that makes life immortal As … Continue reading

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