RoseAnn V. Shawiak (October 6,1950 / New Jersey)
Another Life Moment
Dying inside, wishing things could be so different, so utterly insane, like the emotional turmoil stirring within my heart, making me think in nothing but saddened pictures.
Silent words forming constantly without any foreboding or warning.
Existing only by whims of behavior, out on a limb, trying to hold on, but failing.
Not able to fake living anymore, I let go and become invisible on sands of another life.
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Poet's Notes about The Poem
I'm so into life's moments, living each one and my poetry reflects this as I write one after another in succession.
Not dwelling on the emotions or feelings I'm having, just writing them away as I feel them and continuing on to the next one.
Living fully and always in the moment.