RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Staring At Your Picture - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Loneliness and abandonment filling this heart with your
loss, having to continue this life without you my dear
is a feat I do not feel I'm up to.
Wanting to hold you and be held, wishing to have your
love totally like before, desires never fading, wanting
only you to quench them for me.
All the hope and promise that were ours in life have been
taken away and death has buried them all, tears falling
off and on throughout these lonely hours and days.
Keeping me bereft and forlorn, having no purpose, just
fatiguing me in times spent missing you and living a
life of nonexistence.
That in itself is very tiring, wishing and hoping to
be with you, staring at your picture, knowing my love
is still with you.
No longer feeling it's essence because I cannot hold
you in my arms, what am I to do, not wanting to live
any longer without you by my side.
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