RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Stranded On A Horizon - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Caustically sitting in a puddle of grief, not wanting
to be a part of anything.
Keeping quiet and ignoring all signs and signals from
others, wishing to start a conversation with me.
Not wanting to take the time away from writing, just
being stranded on a horizon, deeply set within an
It has welcomed me silently into it's garden, giving
a reprieve that's needed so badly right here and now.
This is where I need to be and will stay until my
attitude decides to change and include others, but
for now just writing and listening to music.
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