Tag Archives: Love

Broken

It is what it is… Broken by Michael Romani When to myself a danger I’m perhaps better as a stranger Love can be funny that way I have too many dragons to slay Fixed hard to this reality Beginning to … Continue reading

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A Gentle Heart At Christmas

The message of Christmas is one that is amply brought to mind by the life lived by the Nikolas who became a bishop and the touted as saint watched the stories of his saintly life turn into the legendary Santa … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Gravitation Cannot Be Held Responsible For People Falling In Love

“Gravitation cannot be held responsible for people falling in love.” –  Albert Einstein    

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A Lotus Blossoms

In part, I have bene raised around Asian influences.  Then again, in this modern world, perhaps we all are? A Lotus Blossoms by Michael Romani A lotus blossoms in its own way The sun rises on each new day Weakness … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Art Is To Be Loved Not Always Understood

“Everyone discusses my art and pretends to understand, as if it were necessary to understand, when it is simply necessary to love.” – Claude Monet, painter (14 Nov 1840-1926)        

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At the Margins

Life at the margins… At The Margins by Michael Romani Fear and death tremble at the margins And here I am always shopping for bargains In the end will I have wished I’d done more To bring more love and … Continue reading

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Creed of Worse Behavior

Doesn’t matter color of skin. It matters the quality of your soul. Creed of Worse Behavior by Michael Romani In a sense of worse behavior Seeking desperately for a savior Tossing his hat into the ring Turns out it’s more … Continue reading

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Snow Bound (Through Your Eyes)

Seeing the world of winter in a new light: Snow Bound (Through Your Eyes) by Michael Romani The powdery white of this winter bright Paints my heart with a new kind of light Like new love refined and profound It’s … Continue reading

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Warrior Unknown

More light of truth shines on the valor of the few than ever before in history.  Yet, as always, the unknown warriors are those who more than often make the rulers who they are. Warrior Unknown by Michael Romani It … Continue reading

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As All Moments Measure

I firmly agree with the proposition that it’s how we live the moments of our lives and not how many we get that matters most. As All Moments Measure by Michael Romani In each moment we treasure As all moments … Continue reading

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