RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Nascent Thoughts - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Writing and thinking, becoming clearer, taking precepts
from beginning to end, finding many different details
coming out in fascinating dialogues of intellect.
Naturally flowing ideas, changing and altering with
every tone and note being played, a rhetoric from India,
somehow being translated into poetical interludes, filled
with beauty, intrigue and nascent thoughts.
Everything being compiled, contributing greatly to the
evolution of poetry even while writing it here, all
thoughts penetrating and forming an ancestry to everything
else that will be written in my lifetime.
A challenging proposition, filling fully with anticipation
of joy and hopeful feelings, standing back, watching with
genuine emotion being filtered from music into writing of
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