Tag Archives: Journey

Relative Complicity

Na/GloPoWriMo Day 12 asks that we who take up the challenge of finding something dull that we’re willing to give away.  Well, sorry, but I’m twisting this into something that can never be owned, only given and that is so … Continue reading

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Tumbleweed Connection

Based in part on The Epistle to the Philippians 3:7-14: Tumbleweed Connection by Michael Romani You only have this life to live For its worse and what it might give But each of us lives each day One at a … Continue reading

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Lost In the Sound

Some days, I miss the bad ole days of playing music and thinking that was where my journey would always lead. Lost In the Sound by Michael Romani Taking all All in stride Taken for A wild ride Taken too … Continue reading

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One Purpose Lived

Based in part on 2 Thessalonians 1:11-12: One Purpose Lived by Michael Romani Every life has purpose and significance Be it plain wrapped or laced in elegance Labeled in the title of many special things Some with no rewards some … Continue reading

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Parallel Parking Haibun

Poem A Day #5 has the Haibun as it’s form.  The word prompt is ‘parallel’.  That led to some creative thinking on my part.  What does one write about with parallel.. geography or basic driving…. “A Haibun = a prose … Continue reading

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Time Awaits A Hero

Joseph Campbell might have something to say on this journey… Time Awaits A Hero by Michael Romani Long before the dawn of written history Mankind has sought to build community Combined with free will, it’s not easy to do this … Continue reading

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A Hero’s Legacy

Indelible character is a rarity.  George H. Bush was just such a man of noble character.  I didn’t always agree with him.  Do know that he lost my vote once.  But, never my belief that he is and was the … 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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Forever Valentines

We believe we do the choosing.  My experience tells me it’s more that the moments choose us and when this happens there is no refusing only an eternal yes. Forever Valentines by Michael Romani We live in isolation Until we … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: It Matters Little Which Road You Take In Life But Its In How You Take the Road Chosen

“When all’s said and done, all roads lead to the same end. So it’s not so much which road you take, as how you take it.” – Charles de Lint, writer (b. 22 Dec 1951)      

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