Tag Archives: Glow

Tis the Season of Holiday Lights

Today is not only the first day of Advent but is also the National Day of Christmas Lights. National Christmas Lights Day 2019 — December 1 It is with this in mind that I offer the following poem: Tis The … 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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Music of the Night

Halloween Poem #20: Music of the Night by Michael Romani Creatures of the night Make such music don’t they? Listen closely until first light To the things that make the undead happy The vampire lord finds love tragic As it … Continue reading

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A Pale Death

Halloween Poem #17: A Pale Death by Michael Romani The end of days descends Like a fog from hell that ascends On us all a thick as it can be As we dance away our sanity Lilith asks for one … Continue reading

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Neon Century

Neon came and mostly went in the 20th Century.  Neon lights and even neon knights have made their mark.  But, like some other things in this age of rapid change, their time appears to have come and gone. Neon Century … Continue reading

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The Dreams We Need

As a society, we spend too much time trying to stifle the dreams of both children and the inner most child in all of us.   We misplace our values, thinking that dreams are merely wants.  We dream to dream.  … Continue reading

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Christmas Wrapping

In all the full speed ahead that has become the modern Christmas, I think we’ve lost a bit of what it really is meant to be like.  Sure, for folks like me there is the time spent reflecting on the … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: The Greatest Joy In Christmas Is In the Simple Things Not the Great Occasions

“When we recall Christmas past, we usually find that the simplest things — not the great occasions — give off the greatest glow of happiness.” – Bob Hope      

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Thought For the Day: Humor Is Emotional Chaos Remembered In Tranquility

“Humor is emotional chaos remembered in tranquility.” – James Thurber, writer and cartoonist (1894-1961)      

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WordPress – Weekly Challenge – Glow

There’s something special in how you glow It’s a kind of a feeling that grows and grows When you know that true love has found a way To find you more and more in my every day There is a … Continue reading

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