RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Pondering Difficulty - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Strewn about imagination glimmering from newly created
motions of synapses and neurons, glowering as I think.
Recreation posing beautiful sentiments in this mind as
life moves forward into the present once stuck in the
Living now in moments of today only finding the purpose
of intellectual pursuits through the pressures of this
Speaking and pondering difficulties being pursued within
the primary activities of this unconsuming period in our
Laughing, crying, turning about, not knowing what to do
and then suddenly finding the way.
Experiencing the sorrow and turmoil fully, finding an
inner strength at last to help us climb out of all the
misery piled upon us from reluctant times of grief.
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