Tag Archives: Music

From the Canyon’s Heart

A poem of gratitude #7.  This one is from a sense of gratitude toward the music that came to life from the Laurel Canyon scene.  I think that though I leaned toward progressive hard rock in my music, my lyrical … Continue reading

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Season of Fear

Halloween Poem #26: Season of Fear by Michael Romani Queue the creepy music For the just the right vibe Dare to step inside And then you decide As an indulgent prattle With wicked stories told Bones shake and start to … Continue reading

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Music of the Night

Halloween Poem #20: Music of the Night by Michael Romani Creatures of the night Make such music don’t they? Listen closely until first light To the things that make the undead happy The vampire lord finds love tragic As it … Continue reading

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Ghosts of A Thousand Ages

We can learn a lot from history. Ghosts of A Thousand Ages by Michael Romani The ghosts of a thousand ages Tell the truth of a thousand sages Stepping to the ledge, window shopping The fireworks inside are heart stopping … Continue reading

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Secret Melody

There is a secret melody that plays in the heart of all who love. Secret Melody by Michael Romani A memory caught in a secret song Swell of timbre that seems to strong Music has its way with those Whose … Continue reading

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Taking Stock

The Summer of 1969 was a defining moment in the life of America.  The currents that led to it swept away many of the traditions of the past in that season of our discontent. Taking Stock by Michael Romani Bethel, … Continue reading

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Razor’s Edge

Another poem from another life lived an lifetime ago about who I was then and wondering how it is that I managed to turn things around maybe for the better.  At least, I like to think so? This one is … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Our Bodies Are the Instruments Through Which Our Souls Play Their Music

“We are slowed down sound and light waves, a walking bundle of frequencies tuned into the cosmos. We are souls dressed up in sacred biochemical garments and our bodies are the instruments through which our souls play their music.” – Albert … Continue reading

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Things We’ve Said

Woke up this morning, kicking myself hard.  Nuff said about that other than… Things We’ve Said by Michael Romani Teared face looks in the mirror Trapped disgrace lived out in error Struggling past feeble lines of poetry That still vivid … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Music Can Make Us Feel Invulnerable and Related to All of Time

“When I hear music, I fear no danger. I am invulnerable. I see no foe. I am related to the earliest times, and to the latest.” – Henry David Thoreau     

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