RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Tending Emotions - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Reaching interiorly, seeing light and darkness of this
life, judging from my own perceptions and finding the
only solutions that can be attributed to what I'm now
thinking and feeling.
Caressing feelings of love that used to be held closely
inside of me when we were together, taking strides expo-
nentially through necessary steps to live.
Totally abandoned, living in a lonely existence, wanting
to die to be with you again, because there's nothing for
me to do without your love to guide and care for me.
Loving you even more than before, tending to the emotions
that are continually filling me within as I continue
living without you, my dear.
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