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Rose’s Thorn

Halloween Poem #3 Rose’s Thorn by Michael Romani The rose’s thorn bled it’s blood Chosen to drag my soul through the mud Clever thought I in the transparency Lost in its morbid transcendency Condemned to the darkened dust Struggling in … Continue reading

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Fanfare and Flourish

Life can be filled with absurdities, some deeper than others. Fanfare and Flourish by Michael Romani In the fanfare and flourish Of too many mournful violins It seems life begins to nourish An image of a world of violence Divided … Continue reading

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Hanging Rock Picnic

  Hanging Rock Picnic by Michael Romani Like luminescent flowers in still life Bridal veil symbols waiting to become wives In a layer between viewers and the scene The girls poised on the precipice, If you know what I mean … Continue reading

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