RoseAnn V. Shawiak

(October 6,1950 / New Jersey)

Dream World Of Eternity


Walking away, no going back, standing in the pathway
of my life, waiting to determine which way to go
before turning back.
Hoping to walk into promises of heaven, taking me at
last.
Wanting to continue living, yet knowing that's an
impossibility right now in everyone's life.
A wonderful dream world of eternity while still living
on earth.
A pleasant prospect to think about and then being
reminded of the sheer boredom already being gone
through on earth after being here so long.
Not wanting to contemplate any longer on living here
forever, unless I can do a million things - all new
to me - while I lived so long.
But only if I can still have my mind and body healthy
enough to have an excellent quality of life.

Submitted: Monday, January 20, 2014

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