RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Undeterred By Life Choices
Sliding down a cascade of rocks like a waterfall down a mountainside, undeterred by life's choices, falling to my death without regret or remorse.
Lasting doubts and fears have finally been left, crushed under an avalanche of rocks and boulders on the way down.
Rolling, darting in and out, not caring what the outcome will be, just escaping the hell inside, covering me like dirt upon my grave.
Markers not marking my presence, not ever wanting to be found, not even after death has taken me to my final resting place above.
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