RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Withering tears, eroding sadness of a lifetime,
taking inhibitions aside, opening curtains of
happier times, remembered now with more clarity
Rainbows showing good memories, awaiting their
turns around the bend.
Taking in feelings, transferring them to
tomorrow's images, where they can grow and
flourish, bringing me to heaven's gardens.
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