RoseAnn V. Shawiak
What Have I Done That's So Wrong? - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Such a perfect love that we had, living in serenity,
holding each other so closely, no space between us.
Our love no longer reverberating, death keeping us
so far apart, never again letting us be together.
Following all the rules, honoring, cherishing, and
treasuring each other, why were you taken from me?
What have I done that was so wrong? Didn't I love
you enough, long enough, how could that be, I wonder.
You were my life, I lived only for you, no one else,
every moment we were together belonged to you.
My heart and soul were yours and yours were mine,
confident that we had many more years to be together.
Then you were gone from my life just like that, a
nanosecond was all it took, now I'm alone and bereft.
Having no love, my life is desolate and forlorn, tears
drowning me constantly.
Looking through them for you, never seeing you anywhere,
wanting you my dear, wanting no other.
There's no love left in me for anyone else, I have given
it all to you, my love, I have nothing left.
Not understanding what I have done that was so wrong,
being drowned in a punishment that has no reason to it.
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