Tag Archives: Mourn

Fade To Black

Halloween Poem #25: Fade To Black by Michael Romani We shared our goodbyes at hallowed grave To the one that we could not save Then sat ourselves in shadowed room Almost welcoming our mournful gloom There was a time shared … Continue reading

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The Inhumanity of It All

If monsters had their say, what would they? The Inhumanity of It All by Michael Romani If monsters had their say, what would they? What are they but creatures of habit that obey The call of their natures feeding their … Continue reading

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Chance Encounter

For most of us, it seems from time to time that life is often a string of circumstances in which we try our best to make sense of it all… Chance Encounter by Michael Romani Like anonymous walls Meeting in … 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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