RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Questioning Reason - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Sadly sorrowful, heart breaking, silence touching my
Truth of our lives together has now past, we are no
longer a couple, no longer together.
Death has made me the loser, himself the winner for
he has taken you from me forever.
Looking into the distance, tears flowing, heart so
attuned to the love we had.
It has not died, only you have, my love, wishing that
we were young again, starting over.
Yet it's a foolish thought, only a dream, because
death is so final, leaving no room for our love.
Future's hopes, dreams, wishes and promises are all
nothing to death, even though they're the world to me.
If they were possible I would gladly accept them once
again, just to be with you my love.
Now life has nothing in it, only loneliness, sorrow,
grief and an empty hole within my heart.
A wound within my heart that can never be healed while
living here on earth.
Your love had carved a space in my heart with yours and
is now no longer able to love me since you are gone.
Feeling so terribly alone, wanting to join you, but
death refuses to take me still.
Living here, loving you incessantly, dying inside, yet
you cannot feel my love or how intensely I feel your loss.
What is the use of this life without your love, can it
ever be given a reason or must I forever keep questioning
the reasons why until I am taken also?
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