Tag Archives: Writing

Purpose

Purpose by Michael Romani Through our trials We earn our name Be it one that’s proud Or bring us shame In this name We find our purpose Honor or blame This is how the world knows us We beat the … Continue reading

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My Last Confession

My Last Confession (c) Allyson Romani (2017) I stood at the back of the huge sanctuary, smoothed my skirt, fussed with my hair. Late afternoon sun streamed through the high stained glass windows, and seemed to illuminate the whole of … 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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Thought For the Day: Write To Express, Not to Impress

“If you write to impress it will always be bad, but if you write to express it will be good.” – Thornton Wilder For an interesting interview with Wilder see:https://www.theparisreview.org/interviews/4887/thornton-wilder-the-art-of-fiction-no-16-thornton-wilder      

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The Purple Testament

My daughters want to be writers.  In talking about this along the way, I was asked who I thought were the best of the writers that I had come across in my life.  Well, I thought of course of all … Continue reading

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