RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Gentlemanly Friend - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Strolling casually down desert pathways, a gentleman,
debonair and reserved, walking with both hands behind
his back, pondering life itself.
Tasting nature, filling his mind with all scents and
aromas gathering in the atmosphere around him.
A life-long history being held in this one man, brilliant
and captivating, speaking with ease, perfection and aplomb.
Being generous to a fault, never a mean word spoken about
anyone, praising the world and just being who he is.
Demeanor, and stature demanding the greatest respect where-
ever he goes, everyone meeting him, loves and admires him
for his gentle and spiritual human nature.
So glad and honored to be his friend, writing this poem as
a tribute to his wonderful life, vibrant and exuberant,
loving every aspect of life as he revels in every moment of
it on our planet earth.
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