Tag Archives: Lost

Living Life’s Loving Moments

Maybe part of a writer or a wannabe writer anyhow is a certain sense of watching life happen and thinking on it?  Maybe over thinking sometimes? Living Life’s Loving Moments by Michael Romani Living like we’re dying Smiling instead of … Continue reading

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Stubbed Toe Pride

Pride and stubbed toes often go together in the most unlikely but problematic combinations. Stubbed Toe Pride by Michael Romani With all the stubbed toes aside It’s hard to run when filled with pride Strong words said as accusations fly … Continue reading

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Shoreline Conditions

Part IV of the story of the fall of legendary Troy: Shoreline Conditions by Michael Romani All the terms and conditions In even the earliest renditions Speak of two lovers washed on a shoreline Hand in hand, impervious to their … Continue reading

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Lessons From A Ring of Power

Talking Tolkien can teach one a lot and not just about alliteration… Lessons From A Ring of Power by Michael Romani It seemed wise like a wizard might say That one doesn’t just walk into Mordor Then again it might … 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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No Heaven Without You

The other day, some one thinking they were oh so wise, chose to tell me that I should not love who I do.  To that person and others like her, I say it’s a simple matter of truth.  Addressed to … Continue reading

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Daily Prompt – Innocence Lost

Seems like a theme this year so far for this coming Halloween doesn’t it?  I guess it’s been on mind lately that some of our worse horrors are self inflicted by mankind. On Innocence Lost (In War) by Michael Romani … Continue reading

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Deep Marsh Roses

Though often thought creepy, the deep marsh definitely holds its beauty. Deep Marsh Roses by Michael Romani When poised with the question of the deep marsh Most people think first in terms of things harsh But, were you to ask … Continue reading

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Daily Prompt – Grimace

The chains that bind us to our dark embrace Are the chains that make me stop and grimace Is there even a ghost of a chance at second glance Bringing all of this back into some balance? Tell me now, … Continue reading

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Eichmann’s Finale

For some crimes there is never enough justice.   That Eichmann attempted to make the case that simply following orders somehow exonerated his deeds has always struck me as horrific. Eichmann’s Finale by Michael Romani Shattered echoes fill the mind … Continue reading

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