Tag Archives: Purity

Birth of Merlin

Which was your favorite?  King Arthur? Or, Merlin? Birth of Merlin by Michael Doyle In 480 AD, in Britain’s Dark Ages Arthur, Camelot and Merlin rode into its pages Shrouded in the fog of great mystery It’s half lost from … Continue reading

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A Faithful Companion

Based in part on 2 Sam. 7:29: A Faithful Companion by Michael Doyle In a world filled with grief and acrimony God wants to bless our lives through testimony Loving us unconditionally and wanting our best He walks beside us … Continue reading

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The Floriography of Our Easter Love Renewed

Na/GloPoWriMo Day 11, 2020… and hoping each of you is having a blessed Easter eve!!  Today’s poem prompt is to write a poem featuring the secret language of flowers, floriography.  Given that I have been with my two little girls … Continue reading

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Thankful For God’s Love and Mercy

Based in part on 1st Samuel: Thankful For God’s Love and Mercy by Michael Romani Giving thanks for all at all times Expressed in my thousand rhymes Always seeking wisdom in my prayers Walking this world without false airs Surely … Continue reading

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Samson VIII

Continuing in an effort to put a version of the Samson and Delilah story from the Book of Judges into verse, I present Part VIII.  Perhaps, I should have made this shorter? Samson (VIII) by Michael Romani Amidst un-princely questions of … Continue reading

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Beckoned By Her Fire

This poem transpired based on multiple pieces of conversations overheard or spoken to me that a friend then challenged me to turn into a poem: Beckoned By Her Fire by Michael Romani Her voice beckoned to me Like that moth … Continue reading

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WordPress – #Daily Prompt – Ceremony

The Way of the Gods is one of great ritual Processes of discipline that become habitual The nature of kami is that of complex divinity One that blends the spirit of  balanced ceremony With the worship of ancestors with dexterity … Continue reading

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Jump On In

Based on John 3:14-15 Jump On In by Michael Romani Jump on in, the water’s fine It purifies you with every line Whosoever lives as a believer Stands firm against the deceiver Living life fully and ever lasting Redeemed we … Continue reading

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First Principles: Virtue Is the Foundation of A Free Constitution

“The only foundation of a free Constitution is pure virtue.” – John Adams (1776) A person seems to keep wanting me to say something more than the founders of our republic said.  The choice posed to me is am I … Continue reading

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