RoseAnn V. Shawiak

Gold Star - 13,856 Points (October 6,1950 / New Jersey)

Maze Of Togetherness


Piecing together a life of many sorrows and pain, hoping it
will come eventually into fruition.

Letting loose, the many tears holding me prisoner in this
interior suffering, finding my way through the mazes of
togetherness.

Knowing of the atrocities loving another can bring to light,
wanting to run away into the silent night.

Locating many pieces along the way, walking back to fit them
into final pictures of a lasting masterpiece being created
throughout life.

Talking and telling of many episodes in this life, deciding
to move forward and leave it all behind me at last.

Coming quickly out of the maze, curious to find my place
again in this life of pain and sorrows.

Knowing now, therein lies my purpose, life and another entry-
way into it's essence and passion.

A portal of love taking, holding onto me without any doubts, proceeding to the next level of ingenuity and wholesome
contented love to keep me always intact.

Submitted: Sunday, July 13, 2014

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