RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Flowing easily into and out of another's arms,
feeling safe and secure in the commonplace
activities of everyday routines.
Reaching out, taking in whatever happens to
collect within a mind, open and preserved.
Awaiting many tales of expectant promise as
life carries on.
Stretching, pulling, bringing about new forms
and shapes of ordinary sights, taking them
and changing their outlooks for an eternity.
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