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Abandonment

Abandonment

written by: Ann Christine Tabaka

@TabakaChris

 

Cold morning,
you are now the compilation of my life.

Abandoned in my lone bed,
the rejection is complete.

Daybreak now
a sorrowful time of disillusion.

As I count out the moments
since we last combined.

Not mere days, but months
meld into years.

An endurance
of sorrow and regret.

Relegated to the forgotten …
I despise the night!

How the pain fills me with dreams
of a yesterday when we still knew love.

Time,
you are a cruel master,
you take away all treasures.

He is forever
gone from my arms.

Cold morning.
How I miss your warmth.

Ann Christine Tabaka

Ann Christine Tabaka

SEPTEMBER 2018 / MAY 2021 AUTHOR OF THE MONTH at Spillwords.com
Ann Christine Tabaka was nominated for the 2017 Pushcart Prize in Poetry. She is the winner of Spillwords Press 2020 Publication of the Year, her bio is featured in the “Who’s Who of Emerging Writers 2020,” published by Sweetycat Press. Chris has been internationally published, and won poetry awards from numerous publications. Her work has been translated into Sequoyah-Cherokee Syllabics, and into Spanish. She is the author of 13 poetry books. She has been published in micro-fiction anthologies and short story publications. Christine lives in Delaware, USA. She loves gardening and cooking. Chris lives with her husband and four cats. Her most recent credits are: The American Writers Review, The Scribe Magazine, The Phoenix, Burningword Literary Journal, Muddy River Poetry Review, The Silver Blade, Silver Birch Press, Pomona Valley Review, Page & Spine, West Texas Literary Review, The Hungry Chimera, Sheila-Na-Gig, Foliate Oak Review, The McKinley Review, Fourth & Sycamore.
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