RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Monumental Traces - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Feathery traces of tears barely discernible through grief.
Knowledge attacking imagination to foster reality, attaining beauty
of personality while creating poetry.
Discovering elements of life secreted for ages in back alleys of the
Brought out to enlighten the environment, spinning wonderingly out of
Dancing lightly across desert wastelands.
Tantalizing an euphoric sense of belonging - believing sounds of
truthful nature bellowing to the world through tiny mouths of little
Harmony spread across the land, fulfilling promises given at birth.
Lasting an eternity, a ballet of life flows across everyone's stage
affecting each phase of every monumental moment set forth in life.
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