RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Alone In Nature
Alone in a beautiful manifestation brought forth in a
prismatic aura through natural environments.
Being content with quiet surroundings, looking at the
wall where a fat, gray pigeon has landed close to me.
Blinking it's little eyes, cocking it's head from side
to side and listening intently as I talk to my oldest
son on the telephone.
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