RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Acquired Knowledge - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Exercises of strength continue to build character,
almost destroying peace of mind.
Charging lights with a brilliant radiance, becoming
an angel's halo in heaven.
Camping off-site with a trail of wilderness pocketed
in sublime desire.
Inherent displacement folds itself around grey
matter, teaching a special effect of wisdom's heredity.
Fanning flames of discovery into bonfires of acquired
knowledge, secreted away in deeply felt images,
talking to visions of yesterday's lore.
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