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Puzzles Left From Childhood

Swarming strategically down lanes of shapeless forms, putting them together like puzzles left over from childhood.
Anticipating given moments, leaping upon them with forceful energy, proclaiming freedom and liberty for all.
Suspended in an era of lost purpose, now begun anew in heaven.
 
RoseAnn V. Shawiak

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Verses Of Photographic Cells

Riding across plains filled with desert views, balancing out a birthright of living in New Jersey.
Rightfully perpetrating scenes of childhood as I roam through visions, allotting particles of energy to form into many pictures of wisdom.
Tell-tale explanations unfold into verses of photographic cells stored in computers for generations to come.
 
RoseAnn V. Shawiak

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Childhood Nightmares

Covering eyelets of evening, shading corresponding lights, rotating and pivoting with changing highlights of remembering.
Nothing stands in the way, barriers fold in upon themselves, exposing the vulnerability of childhood.
Frightened, scared to silence, unable to voice nightmares continuing through the years.
Unable to infiltrate images into consciousness, years later they continue to haunt and hamper life and it cannot be lived normally.
 
RoseAnn V. Shawiak

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Lost Horizons

Transcending hopeless features set in place since childhood, brings about a loneliness because no one else can understand where you've come from.
Alleviating the pain caused in the past can never be done for there are no reasons for it to have begun.
Lost horizons carrying souls lost upon earth's shores, being left yet alone, emptier than previously known.
 
RoseAnn V. Shawiak

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