RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Unalterable Abandonment - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Finding empty spaces in life, trying to hide within
them secretly, having a safe haven interiorly where
no one can find me unless I want to be found.
Taking isolation as my new friend and companion,
lost and leaving life behind as you've left me all
alone in this world through no fault of your own.
Missing you, my dear, not caring what happens to me
any longer, for without you my life doesn't matter,
there's no love to hold me close.
No one to love in the darkest hours of my life, just
the lonely emptiness of an unalterable abandonment
keeping watch over me.
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