On Waiting

October 30, 2009

you might understand

tonight  it’s that no one stands at the station

that the train sped by

where you wanted off but waited

for any indication

you were good to go

you might understand

lightening morning, late that more waiting

won’t shift dark back.

stars sift back into hiding

coquinas get back in wet sand

both staid and still, hid in plain sight until

when it’s good to go

you might understand

today it’s hard to know you’re not

guarded & unguarded

back in our own room

at full bloom, in our garden

but back home to feel “real life” resume.

Lover, your heart will go onto

the pros & cons, contemplating

while waiting when we’re

good to go

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One Response to “On Waiting”

  1. yeah and some will wait on on on on on like there will come a sign when to jump in the next time it comes around on the guitar when good to go already went, but i liked the edges and balances in your images here, where you’ve taken it -l.m.

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