RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Like A China Plate - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Tears falling to earth, losing someone whom I love
with my entire being.
Deep inside somewhere, you know that I am devastated,
left here alone without you.
My heart broken like a china plate upon the floor of
Shaking with the absence of you darling, never for-
getting that you have held my heart, mind and soul.
Holding them through the years, life having fallen
through the mirrors of your reflection.
As I gaze into yesterday, afraid of seeing you once
again, dying and leaving me.
Remembering every instance of your parting, heart
torn and ripped from my soul, never to return again.
Thinking that it was just a dream, awakening to find
that the nightmare of your death was real.
Falling apart, no longer living, for there is nothing
left to stay alive for, with you gone forever, my love,
my reason for being, my heart.
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