Tag Archives: Poet

The Having of Something To Say

What makes a poet? The Having Something To Say by Michael Doyle Sitting here in the middle of a think Mentally stumbling slipping toward brink Wondering what it is that makes a poet Certainly certain that I don’t know it … Continue reading

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Robot Poet Haiku

Though not traditional, it seems about timely, doesn’t it? Robert Poet Haiku by Michael Doyle Thunder words abound In solid walls of stacked sound Robots write haiku Transliteration Machine language without rhyme Bites of the informed They call it not … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: At the Touch of Love, Everyone Becomes A Poet

“At the touch of love, everyone becomes a poet.” – Plato      

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A Life In Size

The saga of Dracula continues: A Life In Size by Michael Doyle In the dark castle hangs her face A painting of the sunlight he once embraced Hidden within were passages of a maze Guarded from the sun that continues … 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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The Wolf Knows Its Howl

Enforced surveillance and censorship of the creative mind, particularly by oppressive government is nothing short of a crime against humanity. The Wolf Knows Its Howl by Michael Doyle When a writer must be brave To memorize just to save The … Continue reading

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Laurel Canyon Vibe

The 60s Los Angeles music scene was a very special time.  I would love to have been there to seen all that talent in one place. Laurel Canyon Vibe by Michael Doyle There was an avalanche of sound That echoed … Continue reading

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At A Half Mumble

Like the song says, if there’s a rock n heaven, you know they got a heck of a band.  Have you ever really stopped to think on all those who rose up like some latter day shamen only to burn … Continue reading

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Isn’t That

Trust in the universe, she says.  As if that’s easy? Isn’t That by Michael Romani Well, Isn’t that rude? To find My Attitude Interrupts Your solitude Random In being Blindly Yet, still seeing That the beginning Of contemplation Takes moments … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: What One Can Be, One Must Be

“A musician must make music, an artist must paint, a poet must write, if he is to be ultimately at peace with himself. What one can be, one must be.” – Abraham Maslow, psychologist (1 Apr 1908-1970)    

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