RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Alive and flowing deep within this outer shell, a soul,
shy, timid, peers without.
Horizons beckoning with tantalizing, life-long fingers,
stretching towards destiny's lost shores.
Reminders of the past, swiftly speeding, portraying
life the way it's being lived today.
Sending forward, messages of hope, each new day ends
Peace residing, flowing deep within a soul, shy and
Beginning life again on a serene and talented inner
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