Tag Archives: Doubt

Broken

It is what it is… Broken by Michael Romani When to myself a danger I’m perhaps better as a stranger Love can be funny that way I have too many dragons to slay Fixed hard to this reality Beginning to … 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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The Practice of Kindness

Based in part on the Gospel according to Luke: The Practice of Kindness by Michael Romani In this world of madness Inundated with sadness What happened to kindness In this world of blindness A moment’s thought for others All of … Continue reading

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Love Triology: 3 – To Never Be Undone

Part 3: To Never Be Undone by Michael Romani I see it there in your eyes It isn’t hard for me to recognize There amidst the love is pain Every struggle; every moment down the drain I wish that I … Continue reading

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Daily Prompt – Madness

What’s Halloween without a little madness thrown in? To Play With Madness by Michael Romani The witches play with madness While mankind finds its sadness The comic tragedy plays out It seems each step descends into doubt Some things transcend … Continue reading

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Artifice (What Price Hollywood?)

Some musicians and actors strive so hard to be genuine and authentic, not matter how hard they have to fake it…. Artifice (What Price Hollywood?) by Michael Romani It’s arguably corporeal Slightly nostalgic and funereal The singer’s veil is repurposed … Continue reading

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Do I Give Myself Too Easily?

Sometimes you wonder, right? Do I Give Myself Too Easily? by Michael Romani I don’t really think it too serious a question But, I approach this with some hesitation Because I have given you all of me so easily Does … Continue reading

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Redemption Of A Clown

Some things just aren’t funny.  Like someone who abuses their power and position to coerce others into things otherwise unimaginable to them.  Less funny still is when that same comedian thinks he can excuse away his or her lewd and … Continue reading

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Daily Prompt – Heat

In the heated challenge of the inside out Where certainty is a near shadow of doubt There are moments pondered here and now When muddled conclusions work somehow There in the midst of the summer’s heat Is where the rubber … Continue reading

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Danced Upon A Muse

Life is filled with happenstance.  Some it just happens to be happier than stance.  This is one of those times. Danced Upon A Muse by Michael Romani Smitten by my kitten Thank God her claws are retractable Her love fits … Continue reading

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