Tag Archives: Fate

Finding Heart’s True Home

Based in part on Acts 13:22: Finding Heart’s True Home by Michael Romani Living life hoping for a little dignity Depending on His not my priority Putting that which matters to him Above my desires and my whims All of … Continue reading

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Finding Our Way Home

There’s no place like home – there before the hearth’s warmth, knowing where we truly belong.  There is no deeper or richer feeling than to feel love for love’s sake than to love someone even deeper than that. Finding Our … Continue reading

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Tumbleweed Connection

Based in part on The Epistle to the Philippians 3:7-14: Tumbleweed Connection by Michael Romani You only have this life to live For its worse and what it might give But each of us lives each day One at a … Continue reading

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Streets Made of Marmalade

A truly wonderful story for children of all ages.  This is my small tribute to a tale that I probably love  more than I should. Streets Made of Marmalade by Michael Romani Rather small Rather sneezy As you’ll recall It’s … Continue reading

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Moth To Flame

It’s dangerous world out there.  But, it is filled by those who love as well. Moth To Flame by Michael Romani The nightmares that we live by Are enough to make brave men cry Fate whispers and a man answers … Continue reading

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Death Plays For Sympathy

Half time score:  Benign!  There’s a biopsy I can live with…. Death Plays For Sympathy by Michael Romani In the feigned victory Of death played for sympathy The gods whisper at the score Fatalistically wishing, wanting more To feel right … Continue reading

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Daily Prompt – Bayou

The whispers only outnumber the will ‘o wisps down in the bayou… Down In the Bayou by Michael Romani Whisper, whisper just loud enough And behind your listening ear It’s that tingle of anticipated fear Like the leaves falling this … Continue reading

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First Principles: To Be Respected and Trusted, We Must Keep Our Agreements

“States, like individuals, who observe their engagements, are respected and trusted: while the reverse is the fate of those who pursue an opposite conduct.” – Alexander Hamilton (1790)      

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Thought For the Day: We Are the Masters of Our Fate and Captains of Our Souls

“It matters not how strait the gate, / How charged with punishments the scroll, / I am the master of my fate: / I am the captain of my soul.” – William Ernest Henley, poet, critic, and editor (23 Aug … Continue reading

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Hearts That Burn

History shows a weird thread of interlacing love and hate that has come to influence all of humanity.  Were it God’s way and not ours, I am thinking and believing there would be a lot more love and maybe none … Continue reading

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