The Distance Between The Woman And The Man - Poem by Andrea Lynn
An assumed silence has taken over
An indifference, a cold air
Passing through the same four walls
Avoiding the other's stare
For if our eyes locked
What should we discover?
But feelings we don't wish to face
That instead like a fog does hover
It is easier to pass in silence
Than to describe the awkward feelings
Wondering if it might pass on its own
Hoping it is not too late for healing
Where did the joy go?
It must have been lost along the way
Leaving only emptiness and confusion
And hope to eventually slide away.
What to say at this point?
Truly we could not understand
The distance that has entered
Between the woman and the man.
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