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Thought For the Day: Affliction is Often That Thing Which Prepares An Ordinary Person For Some Sort of An Extraordinary Destiny

“Affliction is often that thing which prepares an ordinary person for some sort of an extraordinary destiny.” – C.S. Lewis

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God Revealed In the Smallest Details

God Revealed In the Smallest Detailsby Michael DoyleThe eyes might be the windows of the soulBut it’s the little things that elude controlWhere through the lenses of macrophotographyWe become consumed with our use of technologyIt all opens up a new … Continue reading

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The Tales Told

The Tales Toldby Michael DoyleThe seventh son of the seventh sonKnows he has no choice but to be the oneWho in accord with ancient prophecyMust rise above to embrace his legacyThe tales told are things quite legendaryPressing him to greatness … Continue reading

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A Twinge of the Mundane

In the continuing series on seeing the world through a photographer’s eyes, we look at the question as to what is to be done about the mundane… A Twinge of the Mundane by Michael Doyle Seeing the mundane into extraordinary … Continue reading

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An Examination of Novels

When it comes to fiction, there is no greater work of prose than the novel. An Examination of Novels by Michael Doyle A fiction in prose of a certain extent Presented in many ways of palatable content How further might … Continue reading

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I of the Camera

It’s the first official day of NaPoWriMo/GloPoWriMo 2020! So what’s the prompt, right? “… a self-portrait poem in which you make a specific action a metaphor for your life – one that typically isn’t done all that often, or only … Continue reading

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Dead Letter

Some folks like to call history a dead letter.   I really don’t understand this. Dead Letter by Michael Romani The past is never a dead letter But something we should study together Every generation rewrites the past And from … Continue reading

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As Jesus Was Walking (In My Life)

Based in part on Matthew 4:18-20 and on other things as well.. 😉 As Jesus Was Walking (In My Life) by Michael Romani Coming home to Jesus, taking my love home There at the foot of the cross, not alone … Continue reading

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Learning To Trust

In transition from general gratitude and more toward Christmas now and holiday feelings… the last poem of gratitude #30: Learning To Trust by Michael Romani One cold, silent night An angel appeared Filling the room with light A messenger from … Continue reading

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Run of the Mill Hayride Halloween

Halloween Poem #31: Run of the Mill Hayride Halloween by Michael Romani From the first snowflake that fell that day It was a near certainty that the tricks at play Would make every headless horseman see and know That this … Continue reading

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