RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Moments Of Years - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Letting rhythms fall around me like fireworks that are
Beautiful and enticing, our lives have managed to unite
in spite of all the circumstances that have come between
us through the years.
Moments when we were supposed to meet and be together
were torn from the pages of our books, time intervened
and we never met.
Through the years, living, finding another, yet we always
knew there was someone else who was waiting for each of
Now all these years have passed, we have met, yet not
physically, still becoming soul mates even though miles
and countries apart.
Loving talking together, joking, laughing, teasing, crying
together, enjoying one another through so many moments in
Talking and thinking about how we should have met, probably
married, yet not knowing each other existed, living apart
all these years.
A wonderful feeling of love filling us unconditionally
forever, nothing now between us except the miles, hoping
to meet soon, never knowing what will finally happen to us.
When finally meeting, hugging and holding one another,
looking forward to that moment, anticipating our love,
blossoming fully when our eyes meet fact to face.
Knowing sparks will be flying the moment our lips touch
in a gentle welcoming kiss at last.
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