RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Willow memories waving in our minds, touching love
of childhood, softly singing of yesterday, filled
with pure innocence.
Beautiful sounds of nature emanating from the past,
teaching lessons of dignity, respect and love for
what is not ours.
Earth and it's habitat are only lent us for short
When we look back upon life we realize we've come a
long way and have only a short distance to traverse.
Ending our moments with memories of childhood we
soar into the beyond.
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