RoseAnn V. Shawiak (October 6,1950 / New Jersey)
A Little Hope
Writing into spaces of the world, hoping to touch
someone with a little hope in their situation in
Thinking abundantly of every aspect of life, trying
to figure out how everything fits in with the whole
scheme of being.
Standing aside, watching whatever comes into visions,
showing the finality of life's existence, wondering
how it will all end.
Staying here while I can, yet, my mind is taking me
away to a place where I can abide and use my gifts
in spite of it all.
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