RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Loss Of An Uncle
Chasing ideas around the countryside, attempting to corner
them in inventions of technology.
Ending all beliefs that meet and find their way into poems
through musical interludes.
Lonely shadows reeling from the loss of an uncle, crying
bitterly into long and lonely nights.
Reaching for stars, hoping they'll be holding your essence
for me to meet again here on earth.
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