Tag Archives: Skies

Catch & Release

Am I alone in seeing that the world has its moments of understated brilliance? Catch and Release by Michael Romani Writing to write, so it seems Is often the child of unknown dreams Miscast, recanted or fully embraced The soul … Continue reading

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Desert Skies

There are times that I truly miss driving through the deserts of the American West.  I learned and saw and lived a lot there. Desert Skies by Michael Romani Life for all its anguish is ours It belongs to no … Continue reading

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In How She Calls My Name

  In How She Calls My Name by Michael Romani Once there was such a beautiful sightThere on that very colorful nightUp in the skies, I saw with my eyesA winged blessing in her disguiseThe magic of her filled my … Continue reading

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An Unfolding of Origami

An Unfolding of Origami by Michael Romani The warmth of memories Is all the magic we need To see us through our temerities And plant our familial seed Love is the greatest magic Both happy and semi-tragic It moves us … Continue reading

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