Tag Archives: Tarnish

Art and the Box Office

Is the art of Broadway or a movie measured by box office or by other standards? Art and the Box Office by Michael Romani It may seem a bit of artifice To say that art isn’t measured by the box … Continue reading

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Human 2.0

Admittedly, two poems on the same topic in the same day isn’t my usual style.  That being said, as I was looking at concept of what it means for the human race that money might well buy its way to … Continue reading

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Daily Prompt – Iron

The whispered rumor says the ways of humanity Rest on gold, silver, iron and a heated vanity Doing onto others has become the golden rule Serving takes strength, not the rage of fools This sense of sacred teases in its … Continue reading

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Daily Prompt – Copper

Nothing can tarnish the mountains of copper canyon Except, perhaps, their memory if we abandon The beauty of this bronze mineral so malleable Flexed to the point we were no long able Thin stacks of this stamped into the pennies … Continue reading

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