Tag Archives: Stars

Story Teller

It’s a great gift to tell tales that are seem so true that they almost walk right of the pages we read.  Isn’t it? Story Teller by Michael Romani Story tellers bring the tale Where once upon will prevail In … Continue reading

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Things We’ve Said

Woke up this morning, kicking myself hard.  Nuff said about that other than… Things We’ve Said by Michael Romani Teared face looks in the mirror Trapped disgrace lived out in error Struggling past feeble lines of poetry That still vivid … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Love Knows No Distance

“Love knows no distance; it hath no continent; its eyes are for the stars.” – Gilbert Parker        

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Twinkle, Twinkle Little Satellite

Light pollution and tricks of manmade light are dulling out the nighttime sky almost irreverently. Twinkle, Twinkle Little Satellite by Michael Romani Looking up to heavens with naked eye Cosmic specks no longer glitter the sky Even outside the dense … Continue reading

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All the Beauty Heaven Bears

Probably one of the single most sad moments possible in a parent’s life is surviving the death of a child. All the Beauty Heaven Bears by Michael Romani Against all sense In a world grown dense A child’s life has … Continue reading

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Cowpoke Promenade (Reflections II – Her Side)

Sometimes it can be a little much to have to lasso your cowpoke she said…. I should just admit here, this is based on a bit in a movie, not reality.  No actual cowpokes were  corralled in the writing of … Continue reading

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Cowpoke Promenade (Reflection I)

Life on the frontier offered its surprises.  None were so surprising but that sometimes even in the most rugged of circumstances, there was love to be found. Cowpoke Promenade (Reflection I) by Michael Romani He spent his life Trying to … Continue reading

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To Live and Die American

Flickr has broken my Flickr account.  Not sure what I will do for photographs now or if I’ll ever be able to retrieve them.  Meanwhile as I wait for their next response on the destruction they’ve done, I guess I’ll … Continue reading

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Like Dominoes Falling

On this the 18th day of Na/GloPoWriMo, the challenge is to write an elegy in which the sadness is based less on abstraction than concrete verbiage that helps a person feel the depth of sorrow felt.  To that degree, I … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Returning Hate For Hate Only Multiples Hate

“Returning hate for hate multiplies hate, adding deeper darkness to a night already devoid of stars. Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that. Hate multiplies hate, violence … Continue reading

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