RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Answering A Question - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Hoping to find answers to questions generated from an
interior curiosity, wondering about things that most
people never even notice.
Details beyond their scope of intellect, following the
lead of a scientist, asking a question and wanting to
know where children, young ones, get so much energy
even when hardly eating or sleeping much.
There must be a reason beyond us in the realms of science,
hoping to be a part of this scientist's concentration on
answering this particular question.
To me it seems there is something in their brains that
stores whatever is eaten, the nutrition, and it's mixed
with a chemical reaction within their brains, wanting to
find out the answer.
Following this line of reasoning, investigating, experi-
menting, discovering the truth in the end, constantly
thinking and wondering through curiosity.
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