Looking Further

Poem By RoseAnn V. Shawiak

Energizing my body, spirit and mind with jolting,
vibrant rhythms.

Filling and pushing intellect rapidly, yet silently
into the wake of another horizon where life after
death awaits my presence.

Walking continually along sandy shores alone,
pondering life here on earth.

Nothing earth-shattering, all of it so simple
and yet complexity of answers cannot be determined
within intellect.

Practicing scientific processes, learning how to
deduct, looking further into even the smallest
amount of information to find what details are
yet missing.

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Life after death is unpredictable- a rare piece

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Tar sucking in warm rays of the sun.
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