RoseAnn V. Shawiak (October 6,1950 / New Jersey)
A Savory Day
Cheery outlooks fill smiling faces with gentle peace, greeting others on the way with friendship.
We look forward to seeing friends and families especially on cold, lonely days spent in beds of sickly linens.
Wistfully looking out a bedroom window at the sun shining upon earth, filling it with a life-giving essence.
Beautiful nature wafting upon gentle breezes, taking into consideration, the scent of roses growing upon bushes just below the window sill.
A savory day in spite of it all as eyes gently close on the horizon, opening again on shores of heaven.
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