RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Nothing expels from interior possibilities, reasons for writing what is seen on screens of reality.
So many facets are chosen and never used to help manipulate scenarios for a more positive attitude and happier self-realization in rectangular circumferences.
Alone in rigid portrayals of ionized logic, watching it all.
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