RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Staring Blankly - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Settling into another evening where you aren't with me,
staring at the moon and stars blankly.
Not thinking of anything connected to love, because
I'm alone in this world.
Unable to cry any longer, memories, good days, fall on
deaf sight for I only remember bad times of your death.
Right now, exceptions aren't forthcoming, life is like a
blank slate and I've no more chalk to write on it.
Without your love I'm living in a total void, having
known you in every way possible through our love.
Now having not even a particle of your being to hold onto
through the coming years alone without you.
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