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Thought For the Day: When It Rains On Your Parade, Look Up Rather Than Down. Without the Rain, There Would Be No Rainbow

“(W)hen it rains on your parade, look up rather than down. Without the rain, there would be no rainbow.” – Gilbert K. Chesterton    

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Something Somehow Selfish Worn

Based in part on 1 Cor.10:31: Something Somehow Selfish Worn by Michael Doyle There is something selfish in loving the Lord Because He loves us and we’re looking forward To that fellowship we feel here and up above And know … Continue reading

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Like Mercury Colliding

It’s day 16 of NaPoWriMo/GloPoWriMo, 2020!   What’s the challenge you ask? “…to write a poem of over-the-top compliments. Pick a person, place, or thing you love, and praise it in the most effusive way you can. Go for broke … Continue reading

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Silence Is Our Reply

What was once thought the end is but the beginning and all the words make no difference when silence is our final reply. Silence Is our Reply by Michael Doyle In the black and white of integration There is a … Continue reading

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The Veil Falls

That first sight.  You heart either implodes into the chemistry of it all.  Or, you sink into yourself and wonder at the missing spark.  Still, what an amazing concept to be resting in words alone and faith that true love … Continue reading

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Architectural Abstractions

Lost my list of days celebrated in December, soooo… I am pitch hitting with this one: Architectural Abstractions by Michael Romani There in the art of geometry The spatial relationship is everything Crystalized rocks bend into symmetry Organizing rugged bits … Continue reading

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In the Tall Grass

Halloween Poem #28 In the Tall Grass by Michael Romani It’s there in the tall grass Out in the muck and mire That tall, tall grass That feeds on your desire Never letting you pass Out there in the tall, … Continue reading

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Tears In Misted Eyes

Halloween Poem #21: Tears In Misted Eyes by Michael Romani Tears in his misted eyes A monster cries as his child dies While the mother prays her lullaby It’s all the watcher can do to sigh Life like a twisted … Continue reading

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Retribution For Frailty

Sadists like to kick people when they’re down.   Turn to multiple forums from Facebook to otherwise and you see people constantly tearing at each other and doing this for the good of the other.  Interesting how we convince ourselves … Continue reading

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Straight Up, No Chaser

I am so far down right now that my chin up is just going to have to wait for some other day. Straight Up, No Chaser by Michael Romani Straight up, no chaser I know I can’t replace her I … Continue reading

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