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Lessons of Sadie Hawkins

Life in its myriad of dances has it’s meaning sometimes coming in multiples of delusion… Lessons of Sadie Hawkins by Michael Doyle Sock hop memories wake the school Where twists in plot are the rule All of life is filtered … Continue reading

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Beasts of No Nation

Random thoughts on children confronting war form the basis of this poem. Beasts of No Nation by Michael Doyle In a parliament of owls It’s easy to believe And to keep busy Certain only of the war Dancing now while … Continue reading

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The Reagan Renewal

American History continues through the Reagan presidency: The Reagan Renewal by Michael Doyle By the late 70s, the Conservative movement formed a coalition Not all were of the same mind, but it combined of its own volition Seeking smaller government … Continue reading

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The Great Not So Great Society

American History continues through the Lyndon Baines Johnson presidency: The Great Not So Great Society by Michael Doyle LBJ entered his presidency aiming to be legendary Setting his sights on ending poverty through Great Society Johnson aimed to do this … Continue reading

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With the Clarity of 2020

Rung in the New Year having discovered how to get YouTube to work on my television via Ruku both of which items appear to be smarter than I am.  Via this, I was able to get the KTLA Tournament of … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Day Villanelle

Milkwood’s  Poem A Day #7 is at best very difficult.  The form is the Villanelle.  The word prompt is ‘tide’. The villanelle consists of: “19 lines. Two rhymes. Two lines that repeat. Six stanzas – five are three lines each … Continue reading

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Played Like The Boss

The relevance of rock-n-roll is how something so irreverently off the cuff could change the world into the mainly the Key of E.  E for emotion, excitement, energy, enjoyment and evolving us into a whole new paradigm.  Many watching wanted … Continue reading

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Macy’s Day Parade 2017

Macy’s Day Parade 2017 by Michael Romani Waking up just a little late I forgot that I had made myself a date To watch the Macy’s Day Parade Even if alone for this serenade A visual serenade of beauty, color … Continue reading

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