Tag Archives: Zen

Digital In Our Memories

As some may know, I am exploring the nuances of virtual reality and integration of this into life in general. Digital In Our Memories by Michael Romani Digital in our memories Listless in our legacy We have no choice but … Continue reading

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WordPress – #Daily Prompt – Luminescence

Childhood walks in the deepness that we lived in Kept us living present in a peacefulness like Zen Luminescence peered down through the leaves Seemingly wafted along on the chill of the breeze In these secret gardens in which we … Continue reading

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Na/GloPoWriMo 3: Comes In Threes

The Day Three challenge is to compose a poem based in some way on a list.  Someone suggested things that come in three.  Why not? Comes In Threes by Michael Romani Like three books in a triology I read as … Continue reading

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WordPress – #Daily Prompt – Agile

Breaking and entering like a perfectly formed wave Skimming along the top avoiding a watery grave Some might say that I’ve proved myself agile But, if they could see inside, they would see I’m fragile Marked up, bruised and  somewhat … Continue reading

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Sonic Gems: Goro Yamaguchi – Shakuhachi Music: Bell Ringing In An Empty Sky

Goro Yamaguchi lived from February 26, 1933  to January 3, 1999.  He was a Japanese shakuhachi (vertical bamboo flute) player known for his impeccable technique and phrasing in both solo and ensemble performances.  World famous he headed the Chikumeisha shakuhachi … Continue reading

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WordPress – #Daily Prompt – Expect

It wasn’t something that one might expect Nor anything that I’d ever want to reject But to see a lady playing tuba to Buddha Was one of those moments that can really move ya I mean if you’re into music … Continue reading

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Short Form Poetry Workshop – Flamed Zen

What is a Mirror Oddquain • One of the types of Oddquain • Short poetry style very similar to the Cinquain • Name comes from the odd syllable count per line • Five lines per stanza • two stanzas • … Continue reading

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