RoseAnn V. Shawiak
One Moment - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Teardrops lying along pathways of life.
Sparkling in the light - looking like diamonds strewn about.
Teardrops glisten with the pain of being left alone.
They glitter with the sorrow thrust upon them.
Daily reminders of pain, hurt and suffering - a lifetime of
tomorrow's will always bring before us.
Standing on the edifice of self-sacrifice - hypnotized into
falling in without a backward glance.
Knowing that all of eternal rest lies in one moment of death.
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