RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Paths Of Insincerity
Following self down paths of insincerity, hoping to find an anchor of love along the way.
As far as I've gone, there seems to be no answering reply - no one in life to help hold on to me - letting go myself, because it isn't worth being found by another.
Even a friend will abuse and hurt you deeply, leaving you forever dead within.
Nothing standing in the way any longer, a hold of life is no longer possible as I let go and float away into the wild blue yonder of my soul.
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