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Once Too Many Times

Once Too Many Timesby Michael DoyleYou there, who do so wrongIt’s me here, telling you that you don’t belongPointing at your mistake with my fingerThat is, until, I notice the smell lingersAnd it is myself who is wickedStinking in my … Continue reading

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From the Perspective of the Rus

From the Perspective of the Rusby Michael DoyleStanding on the shoulders of wisdomBy each step we build separate kingdomsThe Brothers Karamazov built on a grain of wheatThat life comes from death and death is not defeatAll the suffering that we … Continue reading

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Samson VI

Further attempt to depict the story of Samson and Deliah from the Book of Judges: Samson (VI) by Michael Romani VI An uncertain meeting at the granary Speaks of that wistful bit of insanity A servant girl separating chaff from … Continue reading

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