Tag Archives: Guitar

Razor’s Edge

Another poem from another life lived an lifetime ago about who I was then and wondering how it is that I managed to turn things around maybe for the better.  At least, I like to think so? This one is … Continue reading

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Life Anew

On the further consideration of how diatoms not the Amazonian rainforest so much act as the lungs of this beautiful world  of ours.  For some of us who have to consider more than others the role of oxygen in our … Continue reading

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Heartland United

Tales of the American Heartland… Heartland United by Michael Romani We have one heartland united In a nation too divided Filled with hop and our heartbreak The nation’s heart awakes From Nebraska to the Central Valley There is a flavor … Continue reading

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Seemed So Easy

Isn’t it funny how differently two people can see the same events? Seemed So Easy by Michael Romani It seemed so easy Putting band aids on the pain Ignoring the tear drops Though they fell like rain It was there … Continue reading

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Dragged Down

Little something that fell together while I was playing guitar tonight… Dragged Down by Michael Romani Feeling less than fulsome Dragged down something awesome Drinking to oblivion stage side Letting my rage riff on a free ride At the turn … Continue reading

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Graveled Voice

I was thinking the other day about another poet not so long ago another poet that I respect telling someone else that my shorter poems are more like rock lyrics.  That probably comes as somewhat of a surprise to some.  … Continue reading

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Rough Road

Sometimes it’s  a rough patch.  Sometimes it’s a life sentence.  All times, it’s up to the person walking it to push on through.  Sometimes that shapes you into your least intentions… Rough Road by Michael Romani It was a late … Continue reading

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Played Like The Boss

The relevance of rock-n-roll is how something so irreverently off the cuff could change the world into the mainly the Key of E.  E for emotion, excitement, energy, enjoyment and evolving us into a whole new paradigm.  Many watching wanted … Continue reading

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Short Form Poetry Workshop: Arkquain String -Sunshine Arkquain

Tonight’s Short Form Poetry Workshop exposed us to the Arkquain String form.  So, what exactly is that and how does it work, right? It was invented by Madison Shaw, aka Arkbear on Allpoetry. 12 lines with ( 1 ) break … Continue reading

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Daily Prompt – Craft

Out under the street lights I’ve spent one too many nights Chasing the neon gods of rock Pursuing my craft instead of small talk Like a street busker playing Thinking the magic would be staying Until one day I put … Continue reading

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