Tag Archives: Tomorrow

Four Verses For My Tulip

One day, she was just there and suddenly the world made sense.. Four Verses For My Tulip by Michael Romani Four verses of six lines each Still in search of your chorus I feel it when you’re in my reach … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Always Do Today What You Will Wish You Had Done Tomorrow

“If we are ever in doubt about what to do, it is a good rule to ask ourselves what we shall wish on the morrow that we had done.” –  John Lubbock (1834-1913)        

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WordPress – #Daily Prompt – Inchoate

Is it maybe a just little too late To take us back to a time inchoate Where peace reigned in the village And our memories would not pillage The innocence of only just yesterday Before all these troubles came our … Continue reading

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WordPress – #Daily Prompt – Churn

Anxiety keeps burning Chaos keeps churning As the world keeps turning Slave to the grand design Finding nothing is really mine In a hand me down world Filled with battle flags unfurled We all clumsily hear But, year after endless … Continue reading

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WordPress – #Daily Prompt – Quartet

Suddenly found in a quartet of contemplation I  find myself with four points left of inspiration Points of reference found in yesterday and today The other points of perspective along the way Are those of only now and what was … Continue reading

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Winter Speaks

Winter Speaks by Michael Romani Life is cyclical in its nature This we learn as we mature Comfort reveals its way to sorrow Finding itself back come tomorrow Lies revealed; losses compensated Times rushed in; others hesitated Memories flood and … Continue reading

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Certain Kind of Magic

Certain Kind of Magic by Michael Romani Love is a certain kind of magic Often cruel and sometimes tragic Yet, we would give everything For one more minute to sing To sing its praises on high Though, other times we … Continue reading

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WordPress – #Daily Prompt – Clutch

Oh, I wouldn’t really call it a clutch No.  Not nearly as much – As a hand held onto into tomorrow My happiness when I feel sorrow The heart that holds mine inside The love that I can never hide … Continue reading

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Sneaking Suspicion

Would it be a wake up call If you tried to learn it all And realized there was more to know Thank you ever really could Would it be an ethical death row To live your life striving to do … Continue reading

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Elegy

The challenge by my eldest daughter, Angelique, goes on.  In return for sharing the incomparable writing styles and lessons that might be garnered from an old television series called The Twilight Zone, she asked for one simple thing.  “Daddy, write me … Continue reading

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