Tag Archives: Understand

Tea Leaf Sarabande

A sort of a kitchen sink sort of a poem… or maybe more of a tea cup’s worth of observations…. Tea Leaf Sarabande by Michael Romani Reading future in leaves of tea Broken lines filled with symmetry Trolls they say … Continue reading

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Memory of Fireworks Haiku

I keep stumbling around trying to catch up with this whole Milkwood Poem of a Day event.  Mainly, it seems that when bits and pieces are done out of sequence, it confuses me to where to go from there.  With … Continue reading

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Understanding Our Blessing

Based in part on Luke 2 and Matthew 1: Understanding Our Blessing by Michael Romani So very worthy of our praise We stand fixed with our gaze God’s goodness understood As it is intended as we should In the beginning … Continue reading

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Star of Wonder

Based in part on Matthew 2:1-2: Star of Wonder by Michael Romani A star shining so bright There on that holy night There in it’s creation A lasting symbol of jubilation Dare we find this plausible That God spoke all … Continue reading

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First Principles: The Essential Principles of the United States Are Equal and Exact Justice To All Persons

“It is proper you should understand what I deem the essential principles of our government… Equal and exact justice to all men, of whatever persuasion, religious or political.” – Thomas Jefferson (1801)        

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Thought For the Day: Art Is To Be Loved Not Always Understood

“Everyone discusses my art and pretends to understand, as if it were necessary to understand, when it is simply necessary to love.” – Claude Monet, painter (14 Nov 1840-1926)        

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Thought For the Day: The Hardest Thing To Understand About the Universe Is We Might Come To Understand It

“The most incomprehensible thing about the universe is that it is comprehensible.” – Albert Einstein      

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First Principles: Love of Truth and Veneration of Virtue Are the Sparks of Discernment of Right and Wrong and True and False

“A love of truth and a veneration of virtue. These amiable passions, are the ‘latent spark’… If the people are capable of understanding, seeing and feeling the differences between true and false, right and wrong, virtue and vice, to what … Continue reading

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Thanks In Everything

There are times when it seems awfully hard to find gratitude for the things and situations God puts into our lives.  Here’s a little something on that topic and to make up for not having my mid-week Christian poem yesterday.  … Continue reading

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Who Am I Without You?

I am going to ask that without extensive explanation that the readers of this blog please hold my better half, known as Tiggy here, in your thoughts and prayers for quick and as complete as possible healing.  And if you … Continue reading

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