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Roseann Shawiak Phoenix / United States, Female, 66
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Poet
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6 years of college +
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  • POEM: Of Barren Lands And Deserts! ! by Siddartha Montik (11/21/2016 12:02:00 PM)

    Totally love how you've expressed your feelings and emotions through the heat of the desert and the contrasting coldness of despair. Very stark and vivid, brings your imagery immediately into an image of the mind. The tenseness of your emotions definitely seeps through to the reader, and like you we find relief in the dryness of the desert, it has become a haven almost from a loveless and abandoned life. Love this poem very much, it touched my heart! ! Thank you for sharing. RoseAnn

  • POEM: Between Mis-Match! by Siddartha Montik (11/21/2016 11:49:00 AM)

    Good imagery, poem, idea! I did have some trouble following your train of thought, had to concentrate and focus to understand some few parts of it. Thank you for sharing. RoseAnn

  • POEM: That Fresh Breath! by Siddartha Montik (11/21/2016 11:44:00 AM)

    Sometimes life does overwhelm us, our minds not wanting to dwell on the past or present, the future is always a mystery! A negative atmosphere seems to surround us, making us doubt ourselves, we become fearful of the unknown, nothing seems normal and there's no reason to find blame for our situation. When it seems there's no way out, feeling helpless, we only pray for that one tiny moment of reprieve to refresh our outlook, attitude and life. Excellent poem Siddartha. One suggestion perhaps, spell check before posting. Before I post anything, I read it out loud, listening for mistakes with the sound of the rhythm, it helps me to focus and correct what I find immediately. Don't worry if you don't always catch mistakes, it's our human nature. Thank you for sharing. RoseAnn

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