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A Conversation In Draft

A Conversation In Draft by Michael Romani Milliseconds play like mental logistics Traffic signals defining our linguistics Tiny words and pauses in our interaction Help push us past our points of distraction A single unit found in cooperation Social cognition … Continue reading

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For Love’s Sake

For Love’s Sake by Michael Romani Finding favor in the Word For the people of the Lord As it has always occurred In the name of the Lord Our spirit joined to rejoice In chorus unified in our voice With … Continue reading

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WordPress – #Daily Prompt – Inheritance

Day after day, it’s all the more in ready evidence That some things are a matter of simple Providence Among these are matters gained by inheritance Like never realizing the fullness of my impertinence But, instead insisting that I have … Continue reading

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Time Spent With the Harvard Classics: The Poetry of Robert Browning

The English poet and playwright Robert Browning was born May 7, 1812 and passed on December 12, 1889. We have previously discussed Robert Browning, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Victorian age poetry and his mastery of dramatic monologue.  Please see the prior … Continue reading

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Let There Be

  Let There Be by Michael Romani Let there be a loving way In the claiming of our day To lift burdens and release Bringing to us our peace Going to church in glory Repeating His story As it is … Continue reading

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Delivered From Darkness

Today, I was requested by two long time friends that I consider family to contribute to a sermon that was given this morning.  It was very flattering.  I certainly hope that my dashed off  poem added rather than took away … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Believing the Best Saves Trouble

“I always prefer to believe the best of everybody; it saves so much trouble.”  — Rudyard Kipling A purportedly complete collection of his poems may be read here: https://www.poetryloverspage.com/poets/kipling/kipling_ind.html      

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A Tale of Christmas In Two Parts

A Tale of Christmas In Two Parts by Michael Romani I I have heard it said That you can eat ’til you’re full And it’s still not enough The excuse to be given “But, it’s Christmas…” And one really shouldn’t … Continue reading

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Changes of Impermanence

Changes of Impermanence by Michael Romani It is interesting, the things that bind us Surprising things that come along and find us While we’re certain on taking another direction The good Lord comes along giving His correction Sudden summer storms … Continue reading

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December 6th, 2014

A blast from the past about a magical day spent with my princesses of whom I love more than life and always will.  True blessings they are.. now it’s my job to live up to the trust God has given … Continue reading

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