RoseAnn V. Shawiak (October 6,1950 / New Jersey)
Silencing the world with an extraordinary sequence of
natural rhythm, beating with my heart and breath.
Choosing to walk towards shores of beyond with memories
Disclosing with whispering choruses, a peaceful ending,
beginning again in another place in time.
Solace energizing innate character and talent, showering
gifts in absolute happiness, soaked in sorrow with
bittersweet words of knowledge, steeped in human misery.
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