RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Sharing Grief - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Sprouting indignation, growing silently inside -
unafraid of tempests in life.
Strolling over mountainous ocean waves of remorse,
falling upon them and being tossed and turned
Grief turned aside, basking in it's sorrow,
unrelentingly persistent, wanting to be heard.
Flowers blooming constantly around a grave, never
quite reaching their destination at the head of
Everlastingly deep, quiet, alone, grief remains
heavy until it is finally shared.
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