RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Sincerely, devotedly, life's circumstances bind us to
one another in families for generations, extending our
love into eternity.
When a loved one goes beyond our realms, an emptiness
is felt and reverberated for as long as we live on
Memories are all that's left us on our lonely pathways
to eternity's horizons.
We feel loss tear our hearts in two as we continue to
live with our daily emotions and images.
Past relationships have a way of holding our hands and
hearts in visions of yesterday, lest we forget our
origins, roots or parents.
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