Tag Archives: Imagination

Walking Talk of Talking Walk

Some say that a nice walk is the best time and way to observe, think and observe.  I see the point of this.  For me, it use to be to go on a nice 10-15 mile run.   Those days … Continue reading

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Quietude Reclaimed

It’s all about connection isn’t it? Quietude Reclaimed by Michael Romani Take a moment to connect In a mind and body redirect Finding ourselves a sense of peace When we take our cares and release All the tension kept inside … Continue reading

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Nuzzle and Nudge

Father’s Day is approaching.  Due to lack of funds, I’ve not seen the girls but twice since June 10 of last year.  We won’t even really get into the 73 times that the Court ordered telephonic visitation has been interfered … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Poetry Is the Shadow Cast By Our Streetlight Imaginations

“Poetry is the shadow cast by our streetlight imaginations.” – Lawrence Ferlinghetti, poet and painter (b. 24 Mar 1919)    

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A Pillow’s Talk of Things

The ninth day of Na/GloPoWriMo is based on the lists found in Sei Shonagon’ s The Pillow Talk.  As the hour has grown later than I had hoped and only just recently finished a show along with a late dinner and … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Believe In the Power of the Imagination

“I believe in the power of the imagination to remake the world, to release the truth within us, to hold back the night, to transcend death, to charm motorways, to ingratiate ourselves with birds, to enlist the confidences of madmen.” … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: The World Is But A Canvas To the Imagination

“The world is but a canvas to the imagination.” –  Henry David Thoreau      

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Jenny Lind

P. T. Barnum once said something like the greatest art is the art of making people happy.  Personally, I think he was really onto something with this.  Then again, as the child that I’ve always been, I’ve always loved a … Continue reading

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Star of Wonder

Based in part on Matthew 2:1-2: Star of Wonder by Michael Romani A star shining so bright There on that holy night There in it’s creation A lasting symbol of jubilation Dare we find this plausible That God spoke all … Continue reading

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Stages of Gratitude

Life when seen through the lens of a western movie …. Stages of Gratitude by Michael Romani Down the old dusty, winding road A creaky stagecoach takes it’s journey Each passenger an expert and a scold Pressed for wisdom they … Continue reading

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