Tag Archives: Good Fortune

Uncured Affliction

Mona Lisa smiled, but, why? Uncured Affliction by Michael Romani One voice whispers in the darkness Different than others given to harshness Times remembered; meeting eye to eye With the kind of truth, you cannot deny Doctor won’t you cure … Continue reading

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Destructive Good Fortune

Our planet began from the cosmic storm that stirred the soup that makes up the fundamental building materials that became all we know.  Of course it was all by accident… Destructive Good Fortune by Michael Romani To watch through the … Continue reading

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Fei Chun Acrostic

A group that I am involved in called Fox Rocks meets at a place in  Second Life called Milkwood to write poetry together.  Currently, we are undergoing a mental exercise of sorts of writing a poem a day of varying … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: The Happiness of Simple Pleasures

“Happiness consists more in conveniences of pleasures that occur every day than in great pieces of good fortune that happen but seldom.” – Benjamin Franklin So many these days seem to think that it is the other way around.  That … Continue reading

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