Short Stories, Poems and More

Wait

Wait

Stealing glances at the clock,
Hearing to the incessant tick tock,
The world passing by,
As I stay rooted in the moment,
The blur of motion all around me,
Incomprehensible urgency of everyday activities,
My heart refuses to oblige,
The need to go on and go about,
It lingers in its indulgence,
Waiting for a single moment,
To hear your voice once,
A hearty laugh, the unheard smile,
Faraway yet borne innately,
Tendered from within to within,
A thousand years of torment it seems,
Cold steel daggers piercing mercilessly,
A sting so potent, so numbing,
It reins time to a laborious crawl,
But a heart in love yearns for a little,
A tiny glimpse, A fleeting glance,
A single moment, A faintest chance,
A agony washed away in teardrops of dew,
All in a single moment I speak to you,
Time rushes like adrenaline,
A sprinter going for gold,
And when that moment is gone,
Its wait again, lingering, unhurried…

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