RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Hidden In Memories - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Charging into the night, leaving all of daylight tasks where
they lie, not wanting anything to mar or distract me from what
I want to discover and explore throughout the night.
Leaving horizons deserted and focusing on edges of nighttime
places where I can concentrate and fill many pages with what
I am thinking and saving on photographic screens.
Holding carefully to every detail, not letting a one escape
as I continue writing from within intellect, constantly and incessantly allowing thoughts to be contributed to
Delving always into silent canyons and ravines of solitude,
sitting back and observing everything that is going on around
Surrounding lights and shadows, flowering and hiding in turn,
giving so many pictures of images hidden in memories until
nighttime contributes to the energy of illumination, bringing
everything to light in my mind.
Silently beckoning and arranging every facet into albums of
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