Poems about wait


№ 1209538

Sitting I Wait Hopless

I wish I knew
I wish. I know.
You know I wish
I wish for you
You for me
And me for you
You wish you knew
You wish. I know.
You wish for love
I say let go

sitting,  wait.

Author: Connor Squires
Date: 06/04/2020

№ 1208890

A Wait Forever

Such is the nostalgia
Brought up by these lanes,
As if all those times
That passed by from here,
Have once again caught up
Everything, you and me.

The Drizzles years past frozen,
Have come lively this hour
And I can see you, hear your
Laughter, while you shield yourself,
In vain, under the oak tree,
Coming clearer, with my each step.

Shall I come, and take you
In my embrace as I ever did?
Or behold you with my gaze
From the distance, drops on my face?
For a rose I still have in my hand
Though you never promised to return.

forever,  wait.

Author: Aditya Bhaskara
Date: 06/04/2020

№ 1208579

I wait for death

I wait for death as i might, with the same sordid
Apathetic splendour: waiting for a bus:
To commute me a mile closer to the designated
Spot of the favour scattered,
With the travel lessened minding effort utilised,
And travel spoken of, no more, i too wait for death
Like a laziness of fathomed living, re- (i. e. repeat,
Sundial eclipse mormon nuns gorgon fleece):
On the hearth pride of my dead body rests,
On the hearth honour of my dead body rests,
On the haystack, my life, a needle,
And here comes the camel, the fourth magi,
Of the three designated, given pyramidal superiority,
Given relevance to mistake the gifts as gilded
Artefacts of a bow-tie, where once a treasure lay
For magic to be readied on public eye entertained.

death,  wait.

Author: MateuЕЎ Conrad
Date: 05/04/2020

№ 1208388

Wait for me

Wait for me
Im almost there
Your running far ahead
I run at my fastest pace
Still unable to catch up
You are almost out of sight
I give it one more push
Your out of sight
All i wanted was
For you to wait
For me


Author: Tylie
Date: 05/04/2020

№ 1206419

Good never wait

An awareness
A good real estate sold yesterday
A good woman always married
A good always belonged
To the past
Unsold and unmarried
Are the sign of imperfections...

good,  wait.

Author: JP
Date: 03/04/2020

№ 1205933

Just Wait, by Krisselle S. Cosgrove

Stay still...
The fan is moving in your kitchen
Rotating back and forth
Out your window
There are flowers
The rain is falling
The sun is shining
Don't go
Hold your breathe...
For the next amazing moment
Even for a second...
Just wait...
For the smile that may happen...
While you're at a stop light
That person...
Could be God.

cosgrove,  krisselle,  wait.

Author: TigerEyes
Date: 03/04/2020

№ 1205306

Something to Wait For

Reaching out for something more
Before my mind shuts this door

Until my soul lingers for more
I'll keep the faith that fills every pore

Why can't I take this frame
And bend it back again

Will I be lost in this game
Unable to see through the shame

Shadows cast over the light
Which barely braved the darkened night

My question is, how long will you fight
When there's only this horrid image in your line of site

Am I capable of something more
I've never succeeded when keeping score
The sense of loss becomes a chore

When the life you've longed for is no more


Author: Rebecca Lombardo
Date: 02/04/2020

№ 1204638


Nandito ako sa kabilang panig
Nagaantay na muling marinig
Ang mga tinig na nawala
Sa ibabaw ng aking mundo at ng luha

Sa kabilang panig nagbibilang
Ng mga araw sadyang kay tagal
Muling pagkikita, nag-aabang
Muling pagsasama, nahihibang

Paano ba hahanapin ang kahapon
Naibaon sa sadlak ng alimuom
Dumidikit sa kailaliman ng ilong
Ang alaalang hindi maitapon

Parang labadang hindi tinuyo
Ng sinag ng araw, nakulob
Sa loob ng damdamin

Naghihikahos, nabuburyong
Minsan pang ibalik, alaala
Lagusan ng saya ata kaba
Kelan ka kaya makikita.


Author: Zeggie Cruz
Date: 02/04/2020