Tag Archives: Past

Things Learned In Harvest

Winter comes seeming like and end… Things Learned In Harvest by Michael Romani I’m never one for seeming alarmist But I have learned this about harvest The lessons learned from the garden I tend Is that Winter only seems like … Continue reading

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Bricks Into the Future

We live in an interesting time of transition.  Into what exactly is yet to be seen.  It’s both exciting and scary to watch and more to be part of this transformation.  Greater degrees of uniqueness have somehow merged into a … Continue reading

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Standing On the Ledge

Today, dear readers, is New Year’s Eve.  I do hope each and every one of you has a truly beautiful, safe and wonderful New Year’s Eve! May your night and new morn be filled with the 20/20 of recalling nothing … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Stacks of Books From the Past Provide Guidance and Perspective When Viewing the Present World

“The walls of books around me, dense with the past, formed a kind of insulation against the present world and its disasters.”  – Ross Macdonald, novelist (13 Dec 1915-1983)      

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Grateful For A Quest Completed

A poem of gratitude #25: Grateful For A Quest Completed by Michael Romani Life has at best One most important quest It begins at the start By the opening of one’s heart There in a box filled With the best … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: The Reading of All Good Books Is Like A Conversation With the Finest Minds of Past Centuries

“The reading of all good books is like a conversation with the finest minds of past centuries.” – Rene Descartes    

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In the Tall Grass

Halloween Poem #28 In the Tall Grass by Michael Romani It’s there in the tall grass Out in the muck and mire That tall, tall grass That feeds on your desire Never letting you pass Out there in the tall, … 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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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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Letters In A Wall

Fairy tale endings do exist.  You just have to believe in love with all of your heart and soul. Letters In A Wall by Michael Romani In a thread between the past And a whisper of the future Letters in … Continue reading

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