RoseAnn V. Shawiak
A Little Life - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Today I write a poem for you, a little light upon the saddened
darkness felt by my soul.
Tattered remains of a lifetime as mother and daughter,
separated by the insistence of death's embrace.
Alone now, walking pathways we used to share, wonder we saw,
laughter and tears that brought us nearer.
Now we are too far apart, sharing only a space in my heart and
You are not here to speak or listen or share our heartfelt
hopes, dreams, inspirations and past times.
Today I write a poem for you, Mom, because you are still a part
of my heart and oh so missed!
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