RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Unexpected Tasks - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Rushing into the morning, rays of sun waking me, opening
my sleepy eyes, stretching and tumbling out of my cozy
and warm bed, ready to face another day of life.
Hoping to find everything in order, yet somehow not really
expecting it to be, because life is always filling daily
routines with unexpected tasks suddenly thrust upon us.
Adapting and aligning ourselves to the new changes, some-
times not liking or appreciating them, yet being resigned
to each one.
Living in the beauty of nature and an inner spirituality,
staying sane and focused while writing poetry constantly
and incessantly in life.
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