Tag Archives: Strum

Seemed So Easy

Isn’t it funny how differently two people can see the same events? Seemed So Easy by Michael Romani It seemed so easy Putting band aids on the pain Ignoring the tear drops Though they fell like rain It was there … Continue reading

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The Wrong of Pop

Dedicated to Taylor Swift’s latest effort: The Wrong of Pop by Michael Romani A penchant for speaking truth Ove humble country strums Might speak of passion and youth But offer no excuse for Jazzercize drums Idiosyncratic bits of garish tackiness … Continue reading

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Word Prompt – Choice

The old guitarist sat casually strumming Daydreaming about summer spent thumbing Across what was then his own little world Just to be in the company of a certain girl Finally starting to lift up his quiet ole voice He sang … Continue reading

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