RoseAnn V. Shawiak (October 6,1950 / New Jersey)
Twisting around within, feeling a sadness coming over me,
even though there is music with an upbeat German tone to
it for this celebration of Ocktoberfest.
Settling in an abbreviation of life, not wanting to live
it fully anymore, yet being drawn by music into places
where lots of people go.
Isolating myself and writing from within, not actually
joining in fully.
Loving the atmosphere at karaoke, because it's so
upbeat and the singers so pleasant and humorous.
A little family brought together through our love for
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