RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Contradictions Of Humanity - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
People living and loving, treating each other with respect
and dignity or not.
Loving and caring, then dumping them unnecessarily, such
contradictions of humanity are hard to fathom.
Always watching, listening, learning from every experience,
wondering, curiosity rising, wanting to know how.
Our human intellect, feelings and emotions determine how
and when to stop loving another.
What reasons are valid, which are not? Can we really put
a price upon another person whom we claimed to have loved?
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