Changes - Poem by Sherrie Lowe
You, who were once my rock, now gone.
A different face, a different you,
What once mattered no longer does.
I am insignificant, unimportant, shunned.
You are a stranger, not the real you,
No room in your life for what used to count.
Time severs ties.
Without a rock the tide of life floods the land
As disappointment now floods my senses.
Where is all that love and gentleness?
Kindness and compassion replaced by hard features.
A loved one gone, lost forever.
I miss the ‘you' you used to be.
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