RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Quiet Undertaking - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
When life stands still, moments of silence penetrate the atmosphere,
leaving imprints of memories again remembered and held dear.
Softly cascading, recreating happiness, echoing it's joy infinitely
in minds usually filled with sorrow.
Soothing, serenading voices laid to rest in bedding of silken peace.
Sliding along paths of least resistance, flowing with patterns of
music, becoming the soul's quiet undertaking.
Finally at rest within oneself, feeling the quietness of natural
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