RoseAnn V. Shawiak

(October 6,1950 / New Jersey)

A Complete Love


Remembering those three most beautiful words, I love you.

Every time being said by that special someone touching my
heart so passionately, a forgiving, unconditional love,
taking me where I've never been before.

Feeling a complete love, bringing happiness and joy to
heart and soul, rejoicing for the essence being added to
myself by another's caring and total heart-felt compassion.

Experiencing the exquisite beauty of being accepted for who
I am no matter what I say or do.

A complete freedom of being, daring to trust again, looking
around, seeing the world through eyes that have been opened
to a new outlook on life and everything in it.

Forsaking the past, leaving behind even regrets of yesterday
and all the mistakes and failures in this life.

Stepping over all barriers, standing in the way, experiencing
the soaring of emotions filling me with expectations and
happiness at last.

Submitted: Sunday, July 13, 2014

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