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On the Losing Side of History

A piece dedicated to the ending days of Bernie Sanders’ attempt to hold a revolution.  It begs the question, “What if they gave a revolution and nobody came?”. On the Losing Side of History by Michael Doyle Sanders lumbers on … Continue reading

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Fragments Beyond Authenticity

In the words of Bob Dylan, the times are indeed a-changin’ Fragments Beyond Authenticity by Michael Doyle In a world less versed in prophecy Caught up in its whirl of hypocrisy The by-word become feigned authenticity And nothing is scarier … Continue reading

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In A Relative Theory of Violin

Happiest National Violin Day! In A Relative Theory of Violin by Michael Romani I know it’s all relative but who’s to argue But to play well one must add in divisions of two At least often, if you happen to … Continue reading

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Fields of Kindness

As this season of thankfulness and gratitude begin, I am examining thoughts about intention, kindness and even picking up a book tomorrow morning about having humility in discussions to increase peacefulness and argue less when dealing with others who have … Continue reading

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Sometimes It Seems

Sometimes it seems… Sometimes It Seems by Michael Romani Sometimes it seems It’s a life of broken dreams Falling apart at the seams Dams busted, flooding streams I just can’t find my way Back to our yesterday That I lived … 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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Home On Phone, the Homophones Echo

The Poem A Day for Day #13 is to be prepared in the Echo Poem form.  The word prompt if needed is ‘dense’. From https://www.britannica.com/art/echo-verse: “Echo verse, a type of verse in which repetition of the end of a line … Continue reading

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Parallel Parking Haibun

Poem A Day #5 has the Haibun as it’s form.  The word prompt is ‘parallel’.  That led to some creative thinking on my part.  What does one write about with parallel.. geography or basic driving…. “A Haibun = a prose … Continue reading

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