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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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Moth To Flame

It’s dangerous world out there.  But, it is filled by those who love as well. Moth To Flame by Michael Romani The nightmares that we live by Are enough to make brave men cry Fate whispers and a man answers … Continue reading

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Scraps of Poetry

Memories are made as such as these. Scraps of Poetry by Michael Romani You ask me what is about you That makes this feel so true You smile knowing That I wish for a way of showing Heartbeat is slowing … Continue reading

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Stepping Stones of Suffering

Sometimes we have moments of “ouch”… Stepping Stones of Suffering by Michael Romani There at the end of the day I come to my knees to pray It seems my thoughts often stray Some fleeting; others won’t go away Stepping … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Words Following Words Are Power

“A word after a word after a word is power. ”  -Margaret Atwood, poet and novelist (b. 18 Nov 1939)      

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First Principles: Blind Ambition and Corrupted Morals Will Destroy Our Constitution

“No Wall of words, no mound of parchment can be so formed as to stand against the sweeping torrent of boundless ambition on the one side, aided by the sapping current of corrupted morals on the other.” – George Washington … 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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On Your First Birthday Together

Tiggy T and I just celebrated her first birthday with us as a couple.  This lady is more precious to me than my words can hope to say.   I told her as a last birthday present to her that … Continue reading

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Spiritual Nose Dive

Sometimes there is evil or whispers of evil behind even the seemingly most pristine of situations and circumstances. Spiritual Nose Dive by Michael Romani In the midst of the excavated The truth is revealed in the prevaricated It challenges the … Continue reading

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Subversive Words

It’s funny to think of a dictionary as subversive isn’t it?   Yet, there was a maelstrom of resistance to changes in how to approach English in 1961. Subversive Words by Michael Romani In 1961, wordsmiths grew defensive Declaring Webster’s … Continue reading

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