Tag Archives: Romance

Sounds For Troubled Times

One thing I’ve had some time to do lately is to explore what tuneage tends to lift my spirits in these sunken times. Sounds For Troubled Times by Michael Doyle Susceptible to a classic boogie fever As though there be … Continue reading

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An Examination of Novels

When it comes to fiction, there is no greater work of prose than the novel. An Examination of Novels by Michael Doyle A fiction in prose of a certain extent Presented in many ways of palatable content How further might … Continue reading

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De Bussy Opening

In a review of what brought about the changes of 20th Century art music, leads to at least one conclusion.  It was Beethoven and then De Bussy to blame…. 😉 De Bussy Opening by Michael Doyle Music like all of … Continue reading

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Propagation

Continuing in the series  on survival: Propagation by Michael Romani I pity the poor Mayfly Who have only one day To find their way to a mate Before the day is gone and it’s to late Love it seems can … Continue reading

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Dream Child Revealed

Another from the short form poetry workshop on the anaphora form.  I found this form amenable to writing a quick rock song after the first anaphora that I wrote and previously posted. Dream Child by Michael Romani Dream child I … Continue reading

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Cowpoke Promenade (Reflections II – Her Side)

Sometimes it can be a little much to have to lasso your cowpoke she said…. I should just admit here, this is based on a bit in a movie, not reality.  No actual cowpokes were  corralled in the writing of … Continue reading

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Cowpoke Promenade (Reflection I)

Life on the frontier offered its surprises.  None were so surprising but that sometimes even in the most rugged of circumstances, there was love to be found. Cowpoke Promenade (Reflection I) by Michael Romani He spent his life Trying to … Continue reading

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Sonnet For A Modern Love

This 27th day of Na/GloPoWriMo raises the bar to writing a sonnet.  They, whoever they is, say that sonnets are usually about romantic interests, dark ladies or distant men.  Okay!  I think I go this one.  But, I’m going to … Continue reading

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Looking At You, Looking At Me

More of a song than a poem though it’s missing an effective chorus maybe? Looking At You, Looking At Me by Michael Romani I’m looking at you You’re looking at me I’m dreaming of you And what we might be … Continue reading

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Samson (XI)

Continuing in a series of poems depicting the story of Samson and Delilah as told in the Book of Judges: Samson (XI) by Michael Romani Staying their course, steady to fight For their land and what is right Even if … Continue reading

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