RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Arrival Of Wonder
Day has come, evenings gone to bed without reservation.
Twenty-four hours await the arrival of wonder and
placement of thought.
Movement stirs and placates motion as it soars into day-
light hours, unafraid.
Using renewed energy, beings focus on what must be done
instead of praying for guidance and leadership on path-
ways to God.
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