RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Domains Of Subconsciousness
Challenging thoughts being worded in quiet peaceful
domains of subconsciousness, infiltrating being with
all beauty contained in spirits.
Continually keeping me safe from the evils and mis- representations of normal life routines, happy, just
to be self, no anticipated doom to take hold.
Just many feelings of life still walking, delving
into their beginnings with purpose, wanting to find
everything about their existence.
Wondering why they're still here, even after all
the writing and curiosity of thought that has been
expended through all these years.
Seemingly attached through neurons of a brain,
always filtering them through and keeping them in
the foreground where they can always be reached in
writing of them.
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