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Rules of the Beast I

A sort of start at a poetic retelling of the classic Dracula tale: Rules of the Beast I by Michael Romani As the approach is made to castle There is fear amongst its vassals A crucifix is given in protection … Continue reading

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Two Sided Coin

Angel or demon?  I suppose that each of us has a little of both, right? Two Sided Coin by Michael Romani Somewhere there in the echo chamber Is the runaway moment of inner danger Deep inside our hearts, lost within … Continue reading

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