RoseAnn V. Shawiak
A Youngster Named Alex
A youngster singing karaoke, a little shy in voice, but excellent rhythm and pronunciation.
With a lively smile and perception beyond his years.
Totally into his music as he sings - back to us - with joy filling his heart.
An absolute joy, beckoning our minds into his aura of rhythm.
Alone in a crowd, filled with an innate talent, beautiful to behold.
A wondrous feeling, meeting God in such a young child.
Honored beyond life, to be treated in such a manner while in precious years of his youth.
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