RoseAnn V. Shawiak (October 6,1950 / New Jersey)
Following romantic ideas is an idealic thought.
No where in life is there a stanza to keep alive love in a verse or a poem.
There's always a catch somewhere along the line.
Exceptions - there aren't really any known by anyone.
Silent opinions don't count, because they're never voiced or told out in a spectacular moment of uneventful decisions.
Covert ideation falls open and reveals the opposition of everyone wrangled and born to never love another in this world.
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