Tag Archives: Sorrow

Broken Down Shuffle Off

In a movie I was watching tonight, there was a bit of reflective dialog that caused me to think.  Judging people without knowing where they’ve been is often the wrong choice. Broken Down Shuffle Off by Michael Romani Scarred face … Continue reading

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Cut To the Quick

Life has its moments, doesn’t it? Some of the worse are when we get in a fight with someone we love dearly, right?  Wrote most of this last night.  Today, we quickly made up. Thinking that I wish I were … Continue reading

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On Losing You

Feeling lousy today with only myself to blame… On Losing You by Michael Romani In losing you I might as well Have lost my life Sad, but, true This end of tale.. I would have made you my wife I … Continue reading

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Dystopian Masses

Looking at the headlines on my homepage, it sure seems the world is increasingly a dark place with too much wrongfulness going on.  In part, this was written in reply to what seems to happening. Dystopian Masses by Michael Romani … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: In the Depth of Your Winter, Find Your Invincible Summer

“In the depth of winter, I found there was, within me, an invincible summer.”  – Albert Camus            

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First Principles: Those Who Go Borrowing, Go Sorrowing

“He that goes a borrowing goes a sorrowing. “ – Benjamin Franklin (1758)    

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Thought For the Day: Faith Looks Up, Not Around Or Back

“Sorrow looks back, worry looks around, faith looks up.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson      

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WordPress – #Daily Prompt – Frantic

It seems the Viking chieftain’s latest antic Left his men just a little too frantic Who would have thought a little lip Would result in the sinking of a ship Dashed upon the rocks of sorrow As the captain no … Continue reading

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First Principles: Increasing Debt Leads To Sorrow

“He that goes a borrowing goes a sorrowing.” —Benjamin Franklin (1758)  

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Winter Speaks

Winter Speaks by Michael Romani Life is cyclical in its nature This we learn as we mature Comfort reveals its way to sorrow Finding itself back come tomorrow Lies revealed; losses compensated Times rushed in; others hesitated Memories flood and … Continue reading

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