RoseAnn V. Shawiak

(October 6,1950 / New Jersey)

Beautiful Sanity


Recreating images in intellect, taking them out of
the screens they are lying in and seeking their
details, so so they can be written out explicitly.

All the expressions, mannerisms, words spoken,
clothes worn, coming instantly in deepest
contemplation.

Reviewing moments of life in this manner, keeps
a mind in a constant state of acquiescence,
completely and accurately stating every bit of what
is seen in and out of context with silent speech.

Forgetting nothing, totally enjoying this gift of
talent innately given at the moment of conception,
appreciating it no end, being fulfilled constantly
every moment of life.

Disciplining a mind through the years has enabled
it to get better and faster as each day progresses,
taking paths into outlets of beautiful sanity set
in intellect where it's consciously kept acclimated.

Ready to jump into details of every vision as they
appear in thoughts of reality and discipline of
fantasy.

Submitted: Friday, March 28, 2014
Edited: Friday, April 04, 2014

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