Tag Archives: Human

Leading Toward Significance In Free Verse

Poem A Day #12 is to be written in Free Verse.  The word prompt is ‘echo’. Free Verse is: From https://www.poetryfoundation.org/learn/glossary-terms/free-verse and https://literarydevices.net/free-verse/: “Nonmetrical, nonrhyming lines that closely follow the natural rhythms of speech. A regular pattern of sound or … Continue reading

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Infanticide Is Not the Right Side of History

This recent move by the Democrats is as shocking as it is revolting.  Below are first some thoughts that coincide with my own.  Then, if I can find it, I will post here videos of these pro -infanticide politicians.  I … Continue reading

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Polemics and Passion

Lessons are learned about injustice and how love can reach past those injustices.  Where there is love, it will always find its way. Polemics and Passion by Michael Romani Polemics and passion Caught in moonlight Tropes that fashion But never … Continue reading

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Thought for the Day: There Is Guilt In the Omission of Doing Good

“Every man is guilty of all the good he didn’t do.” – Voltaire, philosopher (21 Nov 1694-1778)      

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Thought For the Day: Beginnings and Endings Are Always Untidy

“The beginnings and endings of all human undertakings are untidy.” -John Galsworthy, author, Nobel laureate (14 Aug 1867-1933)  

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Daily Prompt – Tear

Sometimes marveling at the sheer inhumanity Trembling in fear from the fierce intensity Of things we humans do to each other Things so wrong, instead of loving one another Trapped in a tear of our making It leaves me petrified … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Wisdom Is Often A Matter of Perspective

“Humans think they are smarter than dolphins because we build cars and buildings and start wars, etc., and all that dolphins do is swim in the water, eat fish, and play around. Dolphins believe that they are smarter for exactly … Continue reading

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Maddening Ambiguity

In the world of language and things said, context is everything.  Isolated bits are more often confusing than factual. Maddening Ambiguity by Michael Romani It doesn’t take a lot of ingenuity To see that language has a lot of ambiguity … Continue reading

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WordPress – #Daily Prompt – Complications

Time and health are  respecters of no human It’s a constant of change for each man and woman In today’s world we face a frightful implication That our choices have led to diabetic complications It’s the epidemic of our times … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: One of the Oldest Human Needs Is To Be Needed

“One of the oldest human needs is having someone to wonder where you are when you don’t come home at night.” – Margaret Mead, anthropologist (1901-1978)      

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