RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Spiders Of Remorse - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Sighs of resignation fill my heart and mind continually
with their breathless hopelessness.
Always fingering delicate emotions and feelings like a
guitar being strummed at midnight.
Rhythms gyrating into cobwebs of loneliness, lining the
center of my abandonment.
Watching spiders of remorse and loss continuing to spin
their webs, catching my mind and heart in sorrow's grief.
When looking into loneliness, seeing moonlight mirroring
rays and glimmering on webs, fooling my mind into believ-
ing it has hope for my being.
Yet, it is an illusion only, this heart still breaking
away from within, falling into the webs of loneliness,
lost forever like a fly being dinner for the spider.
A devastating and hopeless situation in this life until
death comes to save me from it, giving me a place in
heaven where I can again be whole and healed by God.
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