To wait


  • Confusion
  • ,
  • Pain
    • Oraios
    • "Morning without you is a dwindled dawn." -E. Dickinson

    To wait


    To wait is to have patience 
    Patience and faith
    I've never been much of a waiter
    I've never had any faith 
    Never one to rely on someone else
    Choosing my fate
    Only blame can be laid upon me 
    Therefore I wait 
    Wait to be relieved 
    Whether it be happiness 
    Or only the end of me 
    To wait is more than I can bare 
    Rather it be the end of me than to wait for thee.

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    Poetry is what gets lost in translation.

    Robert Frost (1875-1963) American Poet.

    Oraios’s Poems (15)

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    The fallen 0
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    No one else 0
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    Midnight 0
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    Chamenos 3
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