Tag Archives: Interaction

The Price of Magic

Day 26 of Na/GloPoWriMo 2019 is day to write a poem that uses repetition as it’s device.  I think maybe that’s something that I don’t do a lot of in my writing.  The leaders of this poetry session declare this … Continue reading

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A Young Girl Becoming

In thinking of my eldest daughter as she starts edging her way toward adolescence: A Young Girl Becoming by Michael Romani Sometimes her world is mind numbing As a young girl busily becoming Everything that she’s meant to be In … Continue reading

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A Conversation In Draft

A Conversation In Draft by Michael Romani Milliseconds play like mental logistics Traffic signals defining our linguistics Tiny words and pauses in our interaction Help push us past our points of distraction A single unit found in cooperation Social cognition … Continue reading

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First Principles: States Have Rights Within Their Own Orbits

“Let our government be like that of the solar system. Let the general government be like the sun and the states the planets, repelled yet attracted, and the whole moving regularly and harmoniously in several orbits.” — John Dickinson (Delaware … Continue reading

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