Tag Archives: Narrative

An Examination of Novels

When it comes to fiction, there is no greater work of prose than the novel. An Examination of Novels by Michael Doyle A fiction in prose of a certain extent Presented in many ways of palatable content How further might … Continue reading

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Holding Hands With the Sun

Falling in love with art is an intimate construction within ourselves expressed both outwardly and inwardly. Holding Hands With the Sun by Michael Doyle An experience of the narrative Doodles swirled in declarative Filling out the feels An imaginative look … Continue reading

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In A Relative Theory of Violin

Happiest National Violin Day! In A Relative Theory of Violin by Michael Romani I know it’s all relative but who’s to argue But to play well one must add in divisions of two At least often, if you happen to … Continue reading

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Tradeau

Funny thing about pointing fingers, when you do, for your one finger pointed, three point back at the accuser most often.  This truism seems to proven itself this time around.   Tradeau by Michael Romani Well, would you look at … Continue reading

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A Western Noir

Tonight’s short poetry workshop combined the genre’s of cowboy poetry and film noir.  I went into it unaware we weren’t supposed to combine both.. soooo.. I did just that anyhow. A Western Noir by Michael Romani I was riding through … Continue reading

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Willful Blindness

Willful Blindness by Michael Romani Few in words but reliable Is the life found viable Stated simply in the declarative The crucial moments in our narrative These crucial moments of unsparing poetry Slip the strictures in blurred novelty The courage … Continue reading

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Time Spent With the Harvard Classics – The Journal of John Woolman

Born August 19, 1720 and passing into the afterlife on October 7, 1772, John Woolman lived much of his life based in Mount Holly, New Jersey, as a merchant, tailor, journalist, Quaker preach and early abolitionist.   He traveled throughout … Continue reading

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Time Spent With the Harvard Classics: Sir Humphrey Gilbert’s Voyage to Newfoundland – Edward Hayes

Born in 1539, Sir Humphrey Gilbert founded the first English colony in North America. He did so in the midst of his quest to find a northwest passage to reach China. Which along with Columbus’ ‘discovery’ of the Americas goes … Continue reading

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An Accidental Definition

An Accidental Definition by Michael Romani There is a sense of scattered taunts Hidden in the hand painted fonts That reaches for the imperative Found in an industrial narrative Where the cross thatched tags Create a sense of visual lag … Continue reading

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