Tag Archives: Remnant

We Who Would Be Gods

Some folks believe that we stand on the verge of a merger between man, machine and artificial intelligence.  They espouse this prerogative as a next step in the evolution of mankind.  Intriguing isn’t it?   Some easily evident pluses.  A … Continue reading

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At the Margins

Life at the margins… At The Margins by Michael Romani Fear and death tremble at the margins And here I am always shopping for bargains In the end will I have wished I’d done more To bring more love and … Continue reading

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Thunder Road

Robert Mitchum  wrote and starred in a movie way back in the 1950s that spoke to the ways of moonshiners and their dispute with the Revenue men.  It touched on many topics that each could be made their own poems. … Continue reading

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Remnants of Dysfunction

Everyone likes a good ghost story, right? Remnants of Dysfunction by Michael Romani To tell a great ghost story Requires moving past gory But nothing strikes this passion Like a dilapidated mansion Remnants of dysfunction Are held in the conjunction … Continue reading

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