Tag Archives: Eternity

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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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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Stubbed Toe Pride

Pride and stubbed toes often go together in the most unlikely but problematic combinations. Stubbed Toe Pride by Michael Romani With all the stubbed toes aside It’s hard to run when filled with pride Strong words said as accusations fly … Continue reading

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Jars of Clay Transformed

Based in part on 2 Cor  4:7-10: Jars of Clay Transformed by Michael Romani Filled in our earthen jars of clay Is the power that carries our day Momentary points of affliction Cannot outweigh the prediction That all works towards … Continue reading

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Into the Hands of Lucifer

Another more or less for Halloween and based in part on the Tiggy provided word prompt of “suspense”: Into the Hands of Lucifer by Michael Romani Such is the language of demons cast down That we strictly start with boots … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: A Teacher Influences Eternity

“A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops.” – Henry Adams, historian and teacher (1838-1918)        

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A Brief History of Stephen Hawking

A Brief History of Stephen Hawking by Michael Romani His life lived as a triumph of human reason Stephen Hawking’s life was too brief a season Spent in search of knowing God’s mind Despite his faith and belief being left … Continue reading

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Perfect Enough

Looking for a four letter word that works for perfect enough for eternity… wait.. I think have it…. Perfect Enough by Michael Romani Home is sanctuary A place of love and healing Other places offer less Filled with danger and … Continue reading

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Elegy

The challenge by my eldest daughter, Angelique, goes on.  In return for sharing the incomparable writing styles and lessons that might be garnered from an old television series called The Twilight Zone, she asked for one simple thing.  “Daddy, write me … Continue reading

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Memories Along One Year’s Journey

Memories Along One Year’s Journey by Michael Romani Before there was a known you I spent my time floating about Never knowing quite what to do A lot I did caused a lot of doubt Mostly, I wanted to be … Continue reading

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