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by Sharon Jordan

Friday, February 09, 2007
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Bored, bored, bored stiff

Waiting for the clock to tick

Away this moment and time

To another, perhaps Iíll find

Laughter, singing, sunshine,

Chocolate bars, no weight gain

Children playing, kittens nearby

My husband waiting, dinner to fry

Freshly mown grass, sparkling pool

Waiting, waiting, please come true

Copyright 2007 by Sharon Jordan

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Reviewed by Richard Orey 8/24/2007
"Waiting" reminds us that while we're dawdling around for time to pass, our life is moving on and that perhaps we need to focus less on "waiting" and more on "living."

A shrewd write based on insightful observations. Well done, Sharon.
Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU 2/10/2007

Excellent in rhythm, contents, style and imagery... "Waiting" glows.

I salute You, Poet.

Long healthy creative life.

Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
Reviewed by Phillip William Allen 2/10/2007
Filled with many avenues of thought. Enjoyed
Reviewed by Kimmy Van Kooten 2/9/2007
I love your simplicity within thee lines, it doesn't take much to turn us around, just get me out of the cold...right? move here to Florida, it was 71 today, blue skies and sunshine!! I don't know where that chocolate bar came from...LOL!
(I could guess) LOL!
Nice to meet you!
Love and Peace~
Reviewed by Art Sun 2/9/2007
The time of waiting is one many can relate to as we dream and wish for the splendor of life...

nice work.....Art Sun...
Reviewed by Joyce Bowling 2/9/2007
Remember what that old cliche...good things come to those who wait...but waiting is one of those words that easy to say, but hard to've penned a great write here my friend, one that we all can identify with...enjoyed!
Joyce Bowling
Reviewed by CJ Heck 2/9/2007
Geez oh man, this could be written about everyone, at times, and I'm sure your readers can identify with your words, Sharon. Waiting is something no one enjoys -- very well thought out and well written.
Reviewed by Tactfully Naive 2/9/2007
They say that two thirds of our lives are spent waiting. Pink Floyd's Time opens up with the refrain, 'Ticking away, the moments that make up a dull day'. How often do we feel that this is our anthem? The writer opens up Psalm 40 with a verb that is literally 'Waiting, waiting, I waited'

We know the feeling, eh, you put it so well even 'waiting for the clock to tick'

Reviewed by Felix Perry 2/9/2007
Well you must be in a snow belt such as I for we are in the height of the winter blahs here for sure. With temperatures hanging in during the best part of the day at -10 to -15 it is hard to get motivated but your poem offers a glimpse of what is to come so I can hang on a little longer.

Reviewed by Regis Auffray 2/9/2007
I can feel the yearning expressed withing your verses, Sharon. These are worthy sentiments. Love and peace to you,


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