RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Concise Descriptions - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Lights and shadows lying on floor, walls and sidewalks,
giving may aspects of places to play in.
Creating and developing playgrounds of designs and
patterns, lovely to look at and be enticed by.
Traversing through time and watching them form certain
motions and movements to portray different facets of
Changing and altering the existence of life itself as
shapes, lines and angles become parts of landscapes
and products of poems that I am writing.
Livid and resourceful, mixing in with journals of
intellect, creating mysterious and mystical forms of
Sololy being invited into the future of writing,
beginning and ending with the presence of ideas that
are being considered instantaneously.
Every moment being seen, grasped, placed into concise
descriptions of nature and mankind.
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