Tag Archives: Fight

You Can’t Own (A Child of God)

As we stand perched on the edge of a new month, this poem is dedicated to the brave souls who fought together as brothers and sisters in Jones County, Mississippi, dedicated to the proposition that each person is equal before … Continue reading

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First Principles: It is Inconsistent, Unjust and Impious To Fight And Pray for Freedom While Keeping Others In Slavery

“That men should pray and fight for their own freedom and yet keep others in slavery is certainly acting a very inconsistent, as well as unjust and perhaps impious, part.” –  John Jay, Reference The Life and Times of John … Continue reading

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Flying Solo

Since mankind began, there has been the hero’s journey.  A man starts with just his dreams and builds his world or fails.  Those with heart prevail.  That then is the trick to this tale. Flying Solo by Michael Romani Long … Continue reading

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Samson II

Based in part on the Book of Judges: Samson II by Michael Romani A time it was that had come When the Philistines of Gaza had plenty But, God’s children had next to none Save the for when the evil … Continue reading

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Ruin and Salvation

Sometimes we find our strengths are our weaknesses and our weaknesses our strength.  Who is to say which is which?  Only in the blackest points of our lives do we ever really know. Ruin and Salvation by Michael Romani Out … Continue reading

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Little By Little

A quiet take on understanding life… Little By Little by Michael Romani Today, I came face to face with Neruda’s mean As I contemplated the mortality of this being That if little by little we live as though indentured To … Continue reading

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First Principles: Never Give Up A Well Principled Fight

“I have not yet begun to fight!” – John Paul Jones (1779)    

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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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In the Shimmer

Will there come a day that AI becomes more human than human?  What would the implications be if AI comes to replicate itself by fusing with other AI?  What about if AI developed feelings and the desire to create as … Continue reading

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One

All life began from one cell.  Sometimes cells mutate in less than desirable ways. One by Michael Romani A cell Four and a half billon years ago A cell Divided into two Then as though compelled And having nowhere else … Continue reading

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