RoseAnn V. Shawiak

(October 6,1950 / New Jersey)

Beyond Limits Of Imagination


Driving into a storm of lightening and thunder, circling issues of childhood set in permanent frames without doubts of what went on in days of old.
Pictures scanning themselves into momentoes of memories, kept in heart's like treasured keepsakes of old.
Sending messages into depths of subconsciousness, retrieving more intense emotions as they rise to the surface, polished and shining into my mind with prosaic intelligence, writing down every single atom with amazing confidence in self.
Achieving many avenues of wisdom through incessant beats of musical perfection, helping me to step beyond limits of imagination, becoming treasures once again on paper, kept together in books for posterity.
Allowing no qualms as we fold ourselves into a dream of slumber.

Submitted: Tuesday, March 19, 2013

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