RoseAnn V. Shawiak

(October 6,1950 / New Jersey)

Placating Composition


Writing through music, enjoying tones and sounds of every
note as it fills my mind with an energy from above.

Never needing any thoughts ahead of time, because the first
note of music's melody brings words flowing like a beautiful
waterfall, cascading through my mind.

Many beautiful accolades form in the nature of poetry as
life is attuned to the many particles of what surrounds me
in wonderful array.

Tempting associations shape, form and entice rhythms into
existence, giving me a pleasure exceeding life itself,
nothing compares to it's essence and passion of being.

Taking everything into account, I continue to enhance life
through every note being played into every poem, written
and placed in the universe divine.

A placating composition soaring into an interior intellect
and imagination, a beautiful wonder, always filling me no
matter what I do, a mater of urgency, tantalizing my mind
to write.

Submitted: Friday, May 02, 2014

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