Tag Archives: Perception

Thought For the Day: Do Not Allow People’s Limited Perceptions Define Yourself

“We must not allow other people’s limited perceptions to define us.” – Virginia Satir    

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Beauty In A Blade of Grass

It isn’t so long ago that mental illness was seen as the Devil’s work.  I was watching a show tonight and it reminded me of this. Beauty In A Blade of Grass by Michael Romani Scratching at the walls Of … Continue reading

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Non-Binary Paradise Revealed

Have you ever wondered about Satan’s role as God’s prosecutor and role as sinful man’s adversary?  John Milton did.  At times, I find that interesting to look at as well. Non-Binary Paradise Revealed by Michael Romani Consider if you might … Continue reading

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Lost Faces of Chernobyl

Nuclear is one of the safest and cleanest paths to provide energy.  The problem is that it takes just one disaster to stir up the worst fear.  I can’t say it’s not reasonable that it is that way. Lost Faces … Continue reading

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The Wrong of Pop

Dedicated to Taylor Swift’s latest effort: The Wrong of Pop by Michael Romani A penchant for speaking truth Ove humble country strums Might speak of passion and youth But offer no excuse for Jazzercize drums Idiosyncratic bits of garish tackiness … Continue reading

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Adulting Conversation

Today’s world is perceived as fraught with danger.  Linguists have determined that the more risk we believe society is in, the more we increasingly decline in adulting and the more we use words like “adulting”… Adulting Conversation by Michael Romani … Continue reading

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If We Would Wish To Heal

Playing a bit of catch up from yesterday in that my life changed dramatically and not for the better, I am combining the sixth day of Na/GloPoWriMo’s goal of a poem about if and the woulds, coulds, and shoulds of … Continue reading

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Clockwork Integration

Lately, I have been thinking a little on the healing processes.  Combined with modern age philosophy, it’s giving me pause and cause to think. Clockwork Integration by Michael Romani A little boy unfairly afflicted Who could have really predicted That … Continue reading

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First Reasons Lost

What becomes of our individual worlds when our first reasons are lost? First Reasons Lost by Michael Romani First reasons have been lost And with that loss comes a cost The giving up when it becomes Too much to be … Continue reading

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Human 2.0

Admittedly, two poems on the same topic in the same day isn’t my usual style.  That being said, as I was looking at concept of what it means for the human race that money might well buy its way to … Continue reading

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