RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Momentary Glances - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Carefree and taken into many stages of life through memories
and this mind, written out here for you to see what's going
on within intellect.
Giving just a momentary glance each time, of what and how I
think and do what my mind accepts and wants to be written
down in poetry.
Never any emptiness held within, only a waterfall that
flows incessantly throughout my life, accessing an inner
waterfall of intellect and thought.
Now being sixty-five years old and counting, just loving
every moment of it, good or bad, accepting it for what it
has been through the years.
Loving the beauty and expression that fills me from pools,
refreshing, clear and pure, forming my character and total
personality through life.
An interesting and enjoyable time being had, living a quiet
and solitary acquiescence, bowing always to God's awaiting
Wanting only to please Him, accepting of His goodness and
mercy towards me, totally giving Him the love I can, and
knowing too, that I'm an imperfect being that He loves.
Unconditionally loving, filling me with appreciation and
gratefulness for this holy and beautiful life He has given,
filled with innate qualities and gifts, sustaining me
throughout it's existence.
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