Tag Archives: Edge

Way of Things

Life and love are best lived in giving and letting go of fear. Way of Things by Michael Romani Every problems asks for solution Said the keeper of genuine seeking The passage of light in contribution Pardoned by the innocent … Continue reading

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Taking Stock

The Summer of 1969 was a defining moment in the life of America.  The currents that led to it swept away many of the traditions of the past in that season of our discontent. Taking Stock by Michael Romani Bethel, … Continue reading

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No Coincidence

An ardent atheist Issac Asimov was so startled by the number of improbables that allow live on the earth to thrive that he wrote a piece on that and the odds he tabulated were astronomical.  He couldn’t bring himself to … Continue reading

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Strong On Defense

The Sun is one part friend and one part foe.  It’s amazing thinking of the ways the Earth protects us from this. Strong On Defense by Michael Romani What is the strength of the solar flares To measure this, we … Continue reading

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The Whiskey Priest

Based on Graham Greene’s The Power and the Glory.. seemed suitable for Lent on the dark side.. Read the novel to see why more accurately…. The Whiskey Priest by Michael Romani Anger has replaced ambition With the drive to drink Even … Continue reading

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The Dreams We Need

As a society, we spend too much time trying to stifle the dreams of both children and the inner most child in all of us.   We misplace our values, thinking that dreams are merely wants.  We dream to dream.  … Continue reading

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On Coming Home Again

Is death just returning home again?  Some say so.  I don’t know. On Coming Home Again by Michael Romani It’s a matter of fact There’s no going back Only moving ever forward Hoping this moment takes us toward The new … Continue reading

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On the Edge of Nowhere

For all my life, November has been marked as a time for contemplation and gratitude on all the blessings that come our way and somehow seldom receive the focus they should.   This includes for those fighting the good fight. … Continue reading

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Word Prompt – Thin

Sometimes there is a thin line Between what’s right and wrong You need a crystal ball to divine On which side you belong Teetering on the edge of my chair Moving fast but going nowhere I search my mind for … Continue reading

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Playful State of Mind

Playful State of Mind by Michael Romani Ideas come in fanciful doodling Free associating and noodling Staring out of life’s windows Watching the breeze flow You have to keep a playful state Never able to really force the great In … Continue reading

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