RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Taken by an insistent thought, delving deeply into my mind, finding a complacent nook to settle into.
Rightly, holding to everything important in life's destiny.
Comparing all manner of images to feelings stirring within.
Labyrinths opening up, swallowing it all as pathways continue moving up mountainous hills into unexplored terrain.
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