Tag Archives: Distortion

The Dreamwork of Nightmares

In these dark times when it is so hard to be optimistic, can anyone be blamed for having nightmares?  But what then are these? The Dreamwork of Nightmares by Michael Doyle Even still as we grow and mature We find … Continue reading

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On the Importance of True History

How did an intellectual fraud like Howard Zinn become the go to guy for American history in our public schools?   It’s sort of outrageous.   I remember when I was of a different mindset and more open to his … Continue reading

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As Sinners Saved By Grace

Based in part on the Book of Matthew: As Sinners Saved By Grace by Michael Romani Let there be no kind of mistake We must move beyond heartbreak For the good of God’s and our sake To give as much … Continue reading

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To Truly Belong

Second poem mostly absorbed from watching the new Mowgali Jungle Book movie on Netflix: To Truly Belong by Michael Romani The fruit there hangs low And don’t you know Life can make a monkey out of you In all of … Continue reading

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Misunderstanding Of A Little House

There is a massive campaign to distort historical reality.  It seemingly stops at nothing to turn history on its head to achieve this moment’s agenda.  I believe it cannot be more wrong.  Where possible I attempt to reasonably act against … Continue reading

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WordPress – #Daily Prompt – Famous

Some wish to be famous and seek out fame I understand this and cast no kind of blame But, for me, I wish a life of balanced proportion Not one lived like some sort of social distortion Like Leonardo Da … Continue reading

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Thorny Logic

Thorny Logic by Michael Romani There is a thorny logic of contortion Of how we approach art in its distortion It’s a shell game we call respect As we arbitrarily choose favor or neglect In a world where street creds … Continue reading

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Na/GloPoWriMo Day 19: Plastic Wrappings Of Earth Day

The Na/GloPoWriMo Day 19 challenge reads as: “Today we challenge you to write a paragraph that briefly recounts a story, describes the scene outside your window, or even gives directions from your house to the grocery store. Now try erasing … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Bad Weather Looks Worse Through A Window

“Bad weather always looks worse through a window.” – Tom Lehrer, singer-songwriter and mathematician (b. 9 Apr 1928)        

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Stillness In Fear

Based on Matthew 30:6 Stillness In Fear by Michael Romani Fear can at times be useful But most times it’s not It’s better to blissful Blessed with what we got No need to feel overwhelm With our Father at the … Continue reading

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