RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Living Inward - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Being broken-hearted, saddened with your loss, turning
inward, not wanting to live this life anymore.
Attempting to regain some semblance of life, but it's
of no use, for I miss you too much, my love.
Darkness comes upon me totally, seeing nothing but
the blackness of an entire nothingness.
No where else to go without you, spending all my days
in the absence of your love.
Not finding a way out, forgetting how to live, without
your love, I am nothing, feel nothing, want nothing.
Missing you so entirely, wanting you back, needing your
love to go on.
Broken-hearted, saddened by your loss, living no more
on this earth, having disappeared when you did, from
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