Tag Archives: Mortality

The Last Days of Death

Regard well the moments of your life and never disregard a chance given to tell someone you care about or who needs an encouraging word those things that you might say to make their world better.  You never know when … Continue reading

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Price of Pride

Love of power breed ambition and that’s really not what we need in leaders.  What we need is those who have vision and come to serve the people. Yet, that’s rarely the way of those interested in politics is it? … Continue reading

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Little By Little

A quiet take on understanding life… Little By Little by Michael Romani Today, I came face to face with Neruda’s mean As I contemplated the mortality of this being That if little by little we live as though indentured To … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Duty, Honor, Country, Service and Sacrifice Are the Hallmarks of Veterans

“My estimate of him was formed on the battlefields many, many years ago, and has never changed. I regarded him then, as I regard him now, as one of the world’s noblest figures; not only as one of the finest … Continue reading

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Lasting Changes

Based in part on Hebrews 12:1: Lasting Changes by Michael Romani Lasting change can be elusive Burdens are felt so intrusive It seems that in our gut We get stuck in a rut It’s a fatalistic mentality That feeds our mortality … Continue reading

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A Woman’s Thoughts On Reaching 50

A blend of bits of reality mixed with a column that I read: A Woman’s Thoughts On Reaching 50 by Michael Romani At risk and at torment of feeling superficial She looks in the mirror, feeling somehow less special Weight … Continue reading

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Twilight of the Gods

  Twilight of the Gods by Michael Romani Lately, it’s seemed a little perverse How many goodbyes, I’ve said in verse As baby boomers meet the end of trajectory And the twilight of the gods becomes history I’m sure this … Continue reading

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WordPress – #Daily Prompt – Above

Rolling on through all these moments of mundanity Realized in all the resplendent lights of our humanity It seems that as it is above it will be the worse below For mortality’s tale is one in which all souls must … Continue reading

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A Glass House of Orchids

A Glass House of Orchids by Michael Romani If I could, I would start the day over and begin To go with my girls to that artsy green house again That is to say if they would let us back … Continue reading

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Momento Mori

Momento Mori by Michael Romani Remembrance of death is something I embrace Every morning when I look at my mirrored face Trying so hard, it is my struggle to find peace The preacher whispers, forgiveness brings release But, it’s been … Continue reading

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