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RoseAnn V. Shawiak

(October 6,1950 / New Jersey)

Humor


Consequences of laughter hiding within are spasmodic,
unpredictable, delightful and full of goodness.

Smiling contentedly at those around, who are caught
up in their prevalent business worlds, afraid of
laughing, taking chances or making life fun.

Leaving a rounded sense of humor expressible through
poetry.

Serious undertakings must always be backed by a gentle
sense of humor if anyone will make it through life in
spite of suffering.

Submitted: Wednesday, November 20, 2013

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