RoseAnn V. Shawiak
American Born Sicilian - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Moving to the beat of an intense rhythm, finding my way
through this troublesome and turmoil-filled life.
Roaming constantly down roads hardly ever traversed by
Loving the lonely escapades that come upon me in depths
of intellect and purpose.
Always energizing and taking me on exploits of other-
Standing upon principals and ideas of our founding
fathers, living in the U.S.
Totally being an American, even though I'm an American
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