Tag Archives: Smile

Scraps of Poetry

Memories are made as such as these. Scraps of Poetry by Michael Romani You ask me what is about you That makes this feel so true You smile knowing That I wish for a way of showing Heartbeat is slowing … Continue reading

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Master of Lies

There is one master of lies, though is ways and means are many. Master of Lies by Michael Romani The master of lies Speaks in his duplicity With seductive eyes He offers joyous depravity He is alluring in his sentiment … Continue reading

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Living Life’s Loving Moments

Maybe part of a writer or a wannabe writer anyhow is a certain sense of watching life happen and thinking on it?  Maybe over thinking sometimes? Living Life’s Loving Moments by Michael Romani Living like we’re dying Smiling instead of … Continue reading

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Tender Conspiracy

Thanksgiving, St. Nicholas Day, Christmas, New Year’s Eve… all of these times bring our families together don’t they? Tender Conspiracy by Michael Romani Joined together in tender conspiracy These are the truths found in family Little secrets and jokes that … Continue reading

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Questions of the Soul

When you are or at least feel that you’re most alone do you hear them? Questions of the Soul by Michael Romani Old injuries often breath again Like phantom limbs reaching out like friends This place; these people; often confuse … Continue reading

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Skyscrapers Out of Gossamer

Gossip is the insipid breeding ground from which must wickedness is born. Skyscrapers Out of Gossamer by Michael Romani Past affections become reshaped into their own hardened melody Layers of self composed invective write a cheat sheet rhapsody Projection of … Continue reading

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Projected Whale

The source for this explains that it is a projected hologram using two laser beams.  I’ve never personally seen anything like this before.  But, felt others might get a kick out of viewing it as well: http://websitesboise.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/Projectionholographique1.mp4?_=1 Who says there’s … Continue reading

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Who Am I Without You?

I am going to ask that without extensive explanation that the readers of this blog please hold my better half, known as Tiggy here, in your thoughts and prayers for quick and as complete as possible healing.  And if you … Continue reading

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Into the Night

The first kill is the hardest.  It brings tears.  With each kill, it gets easier.  Until one day, all innocence is gone and all that’s left is not a soul but a gaping wound of sheerest evil… Into the Night … Continue reading

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Windblown Ways of Small Town Living

The city nearly always seems to think itself superior to the country.  Yet, as I look back on my life, it seems that the country has equally as much or more to offer. Windblown Ways of Small Town Living by … Continue reading

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