I’ll be waiting my friend, at the street corner pub.
Waiting for happy hours to end. Waiting for the waiter to Take the last orders.
I’ll be waiting for
My glass of wine to Concoct the image of you At my browned nicotined lips.
I’ll be waiting at the railway station for the
Last suburban train That ferries worn out salesmen to middle aged wives and Bug-ridden beds.
I’ll be waiting in front of the mirror
For wrinkles to appear At the corners of my eyes And dried up mouth.
I’ll wait at my sleepless balcony
For a reddish orange dawn While you’ll sleep beside your Ragged, time-worn woman In your plush three-bedroom flat.
I’ll wait through the hackneyed years
For a peaceful soundless death – That will merit a verbose obituary In the highest selling newspaper At some cost.
I’ll be waiting my dear friend
In memory of that moment of truth When you and I were united In a cheap hotel room –
Hoping and waiting, for levitation.
Gentle thoughts about Peace Humane words about Relationship Gracious thoughts on Separation
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Eyes are stinging, like the lashes are thorns now Yawns like the roar of the jungle chief A half mug of cold black coffee besides me You have kept me from sleep, my beauty sleep The lids of my eyes
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Don’t know from where to start.. Lets leave my soul quite side apart.. I try to spread happiness on a face.. But i think i lost her in that race.. I never had a Good friend like her.. I never