Tag Archives: Identity

Too Much Drama

Too Much Dramaby Michael DoyleThere’s too much drama everywhereOn every screen we stop and stareTikTok, Instagram, and even on ZoomAll around us is nothing but doomForced focus gives nothing but opportunityTo live life as if it’s only catastropheAt every switch, … Continue reading

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Forge of Identity

Forge of Identityby Michael DoyleAlexander’s naked tears were weptFor the one secret that could not be keptThat there was an unconquered infinityOf worlds to be experienced on his journeyThat would never be his in infinite refrainNone of which could know … Continue reading

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Parasitic Pathogens

Parasitic Pathogensby Michael DoyleParasitic pathogensEffect our societyWhether it’s the lunacy Of the politically correctOr the social constructionThat derives from mass anxietyOf tribalistic social identityDiversity, identity, and equityEach seeks allegiance to its ideologyBad ideas escape the laboratoryWe should never surrender to … Continue reading

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A Perspective of Identity

A Perspective of Identityby Michael DoyleIdentityMulti-facetedYet abstractIntegral Stated with trustCrucial To communicationEssentialTo humanity’s explanationPervasive In every social interactionAn accelerated Mix of culture in transitionDiscussed amongst us allLike Babel’s great fallA conception in definitionDeveloped in competencyOr lost in the incendiarySocial categoryPersonal … Continue reading

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Wall of Ego

Wall of Egoby Michael DoyleSelf righteous PhariseesAre often truth’s worst enemiesIn looking down on others, you miss the skiesSelf-deceived by our prideful, lying eyesMissing the mark of God, in favor of meBelieving myself the pilot of my lifeI mistake my … Continue reading

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On Finding You Finding You

On Finding You Finding Youby Michael DoyleWithout a snort and very little poutYou said it all when you walked outI’ll say that I admire your integrityAs you work your own path and identityWho is to say what forges a personalityOnly … Continue reading

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On Being Indigenous In the 21st Century

On Being Indigenous In the 21st Centuryby Michael DoyleIn this world of the modern ageWhen most wish to appear a wise sageIt is pithy to posture and sayIn that pseudo-intellectual wayThat the indigenous follow Mother Nature’s wayThough if you were … Continue reading

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Toying With Reality

Na/GloPoWriMo Day 21’s challenge is to write a poem in a surrealistic manner. Toying With Reality by Michael Romani From the north looking down on the spinning top The world twirls around and may never find its stop All the … Continue reading

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Hunting Himmler – A Found Poem

Milkwood’s Poem A Day #6 is the Found Poem form and has as its word prompt “gravity”. A found poem is quite literally that.  Scanning through the written material of others a little snatch of verbiage here and there catch’s … Continue reading

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