Tag Archives: Sentence

Surviving the Ride

From Socrates to Rush’s Neil Pert to observance of every day life, we all learn one thing fairly early on, conform or be cast out. Surviving the Ride by Michael Romani Time and again, it’s the same story All sorts … Continue reading

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Sentenced Prayers

Based in part on Philippians 4:6-7: Sentenced Prayers by Michael Romani Sentenced prayers that take us there Succinctly take us further than may appear As God’s Children we are never alone The company of the holy knows its own Non-stop … Continue reading

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