RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Spicy talents creating new experiences for us all, taking time to explain unknown intellectual pursuits taken from future dreams in night time closets, shut before now.
Listening to the lightness of humor, finding it's not always with us in times of exasperation.
Living with unexplained courtesy we hold ourselves together with a stubbornness born from childhood.
Holding onto it through adulthood gives us a mean streak, one that is abusive towards everyone except the person using it to subvert all values of people caught in it's web.
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