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A Prayer of Fellowship

A Prayer of Fellowship by Michael Romani Looking around I see This is not where I belong I sit here praying quietly Listening to the singer’s song This is not my home But, I am not alone Praying without ceasing … Continue reading

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Sense of Place

Sense of Place by Michael Romani You see it in her x-ray eyes There is really no disguise She feels her sense of place She wears it on her smiling face It’s an attachment to things past These that endure … Continue reading

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A Sensual Home

A Sensual Home by Michael Romani It is a quiet conversation Meant as an inspiration A dialog on access of space Living displays of the human race It is a touching of hearts In all of its curious parts On … Continue reading

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Perfect Enough

Looking for a four letter word that works for perfect enough for eternity… wait.. I think have it…. Perfect Enough by Michael Romani Home is sanctuary A place of love and healing Other places offer less Filled with danger and … Continue reading

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First Principles: A Person’s Home Is Their Castle

“One of the most essential branches of English liberty is the freedom of one’s house. A man’s house is his castle.”–  James Otis, On the Writs of Assistance (1761)

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First Principles: The Happiest Moments Come From Family

“…(T)he happiest moments of my life have been the few which I have past at home in the bosom of my family. “ – Thomas Jefferson, Letter to Francis Willis, April 18, 1790    

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Elegy

The challenge by my eldest daughter, Angelique, goes on.  In return for sharing the incomparable writing styles and lessons that might be garnered from an old television series called The Twilight Zone, she asked for one simple thing.  “Daddy, write me … Continue reading

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Pragmatic Utopia

Pragmatic Utopia by Michael Romani I want to live In a mountain Where I can take and give Like a drink from a fountain More of a home And less of a house A pragmatic utopia Brought to life Reshaping … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: A House Is Not A Home

“A house is no home unless it contain food and fire for the mind as well as for the body” – Margaret Fuller (American journalist, critic, and women’s rights advocate) To find out more about this brilliant find that paved … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day 2017, Part II

Mother’s Day 2017, Part II by Michael Romani I miss my mom That’s no surprise I think as I stare at the screen Through sleepy eyes My earliest memory Is that of her role In what was usually – In … Continue reading

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