Tag Archives: Extraordinary

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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Relative Complicity

Na/GloPoWriMo Day 12 asks that we who take up the challenge of finding something dull that we’re willing to give away.  Well, sorry, but I’m twisting this into something that can never be owned, only given and that is so … Continue reading

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In A Question of Liberty

On this second day of Na/GloPoWriMo,  we are invited to explore writing a poem that avoids closure by providing the open end of the question.  I believe that as an invitation to explore a significant question raised by a far … Continue reading

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The Dissolution of Liberal Democracy

Not so long ago, it was announced with great fanfare that history had ended and Liberal Democracy had won.  The globalists believed there was no most struggle and that it made little difference with we made microchips or potato chips. … Continue reading

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Samson (XI)

Continuing in a series of poems depicting the story of Samson and Delilah as told in the Book of Judges: Samson (XI) by Michael Romani Staying their course, steady to fight For their land and what is right Even if … Continue reading

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Lessons From A Ring of Power

Talking Tolkien can teach one a lot and not just about alliteration… Lessons From A Ring of Power by Michael Romani It seemed wise like a wizard might say That one doesn’t just walk into Mordor Then again it might … Continue reading

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Finding the Extraordinary

Based in part on 1 Samuel 16:13 Finding the Extraordinary by Michael Romani Love burns like a blazing white light Bringing soul shine into my night The hallelujah in your bright eyes Offers it’s brilliant sense of surprise Lifted up … Continue reading

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First In Fly

First In Fly by Michael Romani Snappy little title, “First In Fly” If you’re like me, you might wonder why Seen as ubiquitous and ordinary Drosophila’s contributions are extraordinary Tiny winged creature so different from me You teach so much … Continue reading

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Ordinary Times Blues

Based on Wednesday Night’s Sermon and in Honor of All Saint’s Day Ordinary Times Blues by Michael Romani No respect given for the average Joe Looking for some more flash to show That’s the society that we’re living in Getting … Continue reading

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Sense of Place

Sense of Place by Michael Romani You see it in her x-ray eyes There is really no disguise She feels her sense of place She wears it on her smiling face It’s an attachment to things past These that endure … Continue reading

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