RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Never Knowing Another - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Watching men and women falling in and out of love,
caring then throwing the other away for someone
Causing turmoil, grief, sorrow, loneliness and
abandonment, not caring one iota for doing it, just
selfishly wanting something more than what they have.
Why do people do this horrendous thing to one another,
what is the reason? Wouldn't it be kinder and easier
to love one person throughout life.
Getting to know each other intimately and thoroughly,
having a wonderful life, instead of going from one
person to another.
Never having the experience of knowing someone so
intensely and never being known the same way by any-
one else in life.
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