RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Softly into the night I traipse, looking for elusive thoughts escaping me in daylight.
Knowing sears my mind, but there's no pictures to go with it, they are hiding deeply inside my subconsciousness, afraid to alight, because I may disappear at their sight.
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