RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Encountering Another's Presence - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Running away, leaving inner lights on and never beginning
another level of intellect as we go into another perspective
in our daily lives.
So much can fall apart, yet we never let it go, as we separate
and come again together.
There is never another aspect or facet that we can endeavor
to be complacent in, nothing mattering, escaping all efforts
of every purpose, as we slip and slide down aisles of our
Holding onto perfect rhythms as we encounter the essence of
one another in a place of contributory psalms; wherever and
whenever we can be together until another formula fulfills
our souls one day in the future.
No where else going up in flames, turning aside from all
particular fibers of another time in space, being always the
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