Tag Archives: Poems

Globalization and Its Discontents

There is a struggle going on between those who seek to dominate the world under what started as the seemingly benign polices of globalization and those of us who get the need to foster cooperation but remain patriotic to our … Continue reading

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Deep Marsh Roses

Though often thought creepy, the deep marsh definitely holds its beauty. Deep Marsh Roses by Michael Romani When poised with the question of the deep marsh Most people think first in terms of things harsh But, were you to ask … Continue reading

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Alien Revelation

Until we are dead, to believe or not believe is a matter of faith.  My own examination through my life points toward great evidence for God and Christianity.  Other equally intelligent people have reached other conclusions.  Life is funny that … Continue reading

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A Series of Shorts With Photos

In the course of a life, sometimes we meet someone who we cannot help but love.  This series of short poems were written today with just such a person in mind.  It seems increasingly that my heart belongs to a … Continue reading

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American Sentence Poetry Workshop

How to write an American Sentence Poem: • One sentence, 17 syllables, end of story. • Minimum words for maximum effect. • It makes for a rush of a poem, and if you’re trying your own hand at these and … Continue reading

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A Short Conversation With God

A Short Conversation With God by Michael Romani Some might see this as prayer And I suppose maybe that’s fair But, I hear this as conversation On this journey toward destination Though too given to procrastination Still this life has … Continue reading

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Na/GloPoWriMo Day 27: Tarot Under the Law

The challenge for Na/GloPoWriMo Day 27 is/was one that I do not find myself happily doing.  I have no idea what is up with this year’s series of challenges.  But, this one is perhaps the worse ever.  I believe as … Continue reading

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Na/GloPoWriMo 8: The Magic of Words

The Na/GloPoWriMo challenge on day 8 is to write a poem based in some way on magic.  I will catch up with these poems eventually.  If anyone is following along, I apologize for the lack of timeliness. The Magic of … Continue reading

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Na/GloPoWriMo 6: Comprehending the Asylum

The challenge for day 6 is to compose a poem of uneven lines.  Having sat through a standup comic’s routine and finding some tantalizing insights in his skits, I came up with this. Comprehending the Asylum by Michael Romani Outside … Continue reading

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City of Noise

City of Noise by Michael Romani For our ears there is no escape Not from the bustling sounds Of our shared landscape The omnipresent din that surrounds This may seem benign and endearing But is noise pollution that we are … Continue reading

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