Tag Archives: Sacred

WordPress – #Daily Prompt – Awkward

In my life, there are so many awkward moments When filled with self awareness and all its torments I realize how little I am worthy and deserving Though my intentions are very seldom swerving To have that grace that I’ve … Continue reading

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Mohala Tutu Pele

Mohala Tutu Pele by Michael Romani With great and sudden power Pele arrives announcing Like a blossoming flower Passionately pronouncing That as mother of her family She breathes within her fragility Creation as one within destination Freely taking while giving … Continue reading

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Resonance of Youth

Resonance of Youth by Michael Romani The angst felt In the hand dealt Was both deadly and dreamy While awkwardly steamy Remembering those days And all of our crazy ways Can be a semi-poetic meditation Too often subject to repetition … Continue reading

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First Principles: Our Republic’s Most Sacred Duty Is An Inviolable Respect for the Constitution and Laws

“If it be asked, What is the most sacred duty and the greatest source of our security in a Republic? The answer would be, An inviolable respect for the Constitution and Laws – the first growing out of the last.” … Continue reading

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By Words Condemned

By Words Condemned by Michael Romani All these playground rhymes Chasing around in uneasy times Too many words are lies And there are no alibis I wish that I was wise But, instead I despise The life I examine now … Continue reading

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Christmastide (12 Days of Christmas)

Christmastide (The Twelve Days of Christmas) by Michael Romani Now are the days of Christmastide These twelve days of mirth without mischief Lead in a path of symbolic gifts To the day the wise men visited That most sacred of … Continue reading

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Sonic Gems: J.S. Bach – Brandenburg Concertos

“As I had the good fortune a few years ago to be heard by Your Royal Highness, at Your Highness’s commands, and as I noticed then that Your Highness took some pleasure in the little talents which Heaven has given … Continue reading

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WordPress – #Daily Prompt – Identity

What is the identity you might ask That lies behind that mystic mask What thing sacred might be unveiled If the fogs of confusion lifted and revealed The purpose behind our transition Too often lost in mankind’s attempted translation That … Continue reading

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Icelandic Fibonacci

Icelandic Fibonacci by Michael Romani It’s Sad The day Thrown away Life lived different Life should be held reverently No One Pro-Life Wishes pain In a mother’s heart Held so close in our calm prayers In Fair Tragic Icelandic Culture, … Continue reading

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Himalayan Purification

Himalayan Purification by Michael Romani Bursting before the storyteller’s eyes Played out across the pale Himalayan sky In their red and saffron robes, neat and attractive Are the Bhutanese monks, happy and quite festive Morning prayer les to Buddhist rituals … Continue reading

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