RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Destiny Misplaced - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Life has turned so far around that it's purpose has been lost,
it's destiny misplaced inside a shell of emptiness.
Pain residing upon the face of fate, unnoticed by all through-
out a lifetime of cruelty and abuse.
Strangely quiet, never speaking, eyes always looking into the
very depths of other people's, constantly searching for the
trust which can never be there between them
Solitude frozen in time for all eternity, afraid to be melted
for fear of tears being released and anger unleashed from
deep wells hidden inside.
Afraid to see their depth and reasons for residing within a
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