RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Corners Of Arizona - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Taking high roads through desert mountains, loving
the beauty being found there.
Saguaros standing tall, protecting our deserts with
their prickly images.
No one daring to interfere under their watchful eyes,
while wildlife roams freely across the landscape.
Always finding intense, delightful and fantastic
beauty filling every corner of Arizona.
Touching this poetic mind with it's fulfilling moments
of arid and gentle interludes.
All corners being so tantalizing and energetic, giving
this mind a splendid and intense memory to write from.
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