RoseAnn V. Shawiak (October 6,1950 / New Jersey)
Alone In Catacombs
Falling desperately within, hiding away from reality,
not wanting to touch or reach it's depths.
Sadness filling up all the emptiness of life so far.
Stretching across my soul, pulling me apart, causing
abysses to form deep inside, where no one can reach
or help in any way.
Devoid of friendship, alone in catacombs that I can't
seem to find my way out of.
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