RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Staying within limits set by my mind, finding different pathways to travel into canyons of my own making.
Watching echoes bounce off my mind, lighting memories as sounds of their voices lend themselves to poetical licenses.
Finding many pictures, opening up their hearts to let in thoughts of beauty.
Sitting in silent landscapes, feeling desert heat warm insides of my being so I can float into regions of beautiful scenery.
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