Tag Archives: Empathy

Dancer’s Guillotine

Dancer’s Guillotine by Michael Romani It’s a denunciation of distinction A singularity calling out its fascination The deepest feeling, reeling in my heart The point from which surrealism departs This world is a chaotic scene of violence Shown to you … Continue reading

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Na/GloPoWriMo Day 24: Elegy For A Matriarch

The Na/GloPoWriMo Day 24 challenge is to write an elegy of some sort.  Presently, one person comes to mind that despite her good influence on the world probably won’t get have the recognition that she richly deserves. This elegy is … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Kindness Is Always Fashionable

“Kindness is always fashionable.” – Amelia Barr, novelist (29 Mar 1831-1919)                  

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Manifesto

Garden Wall Manifesto by Michael Romani These are the ideas that flow Growing into a personal manifesto In a progression of thought With no reliance on the store bought But in the dreams of a child completed And that spirit … Continue reading

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Intimacy of Connection

Intimacy of Connection by Michael Romani There in the camera’s click Is that silent subtle trick It rests in an intimacy That to be put quite delicately Is an intimacy of connection Brought by the artist’s dedication A dedication of … Continue reading

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