RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Heavenly Dimension - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Marching rhythm of an invisible band being played upon a CD,
open and inviting, filling heart and soul with it's essence,
soaring like a skier down the side of a mountain.
Snow falling softly and gently onto the slopes, silent and
gracious, glistening in a morning sunrise, beautiful portrait
of a heavenly dimension.
Here on earth, all is still and quiet, peace settling every-
where one looks, a bright light descending upon this earthly
landscape of serenity.
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