RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Puzzles Of Life
Standing along streets of life, we watch it parade by us in
rhythmic beats of adventure and experience.
Living accordingly, matching our inner moments with peaceful
solace at edges of heaven's gates.
Momentarily, clouds form, bringing trials and tribulations
into our pathways, some we can sidestep, others we hit head-
long and attempt to find our way through.
Never really knowing if we've actually made it or not.
Faith and hope keeping us together even when we don't realize
it for ourselves.
Taking into account, our human nature, we behave in ways we
feel comfortable, and fit into our puzzles of life as best we
can for our time here on earth.
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