RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Sitting In Authority
Shadows snaking across the ground, forming patterns to be brought out and placed in prose.
Touching a mind with flowing thoughts, watching them move along without going anywhere in time.
Stationary reminders of how transient all of life can be, as we sit in authority of what we can never explain.
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