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Awaiting .....




Awaiting a call,
from a dear one,
She whiled away her time
restlessly .
Every sound ,seemed a phone bell-
and her patience was on a testing spree.

Awaiting the results,
of her final exam,
whiling away time beacame a penance.
For whatever had she written,
seemed now like a myth unknown !

Awaiting a guest at home,
very beautifully does she
clean the mess.
furnishing the best seems
like her all time goal.
Satisfaction , a thought-
that seemed long forgotten !
She still continues keeping away the dust !

Awaiting the promotion,and
a word of praise from her boss;
She just thinks how big,can
she climb the ladder of her career
making a mark to stay ahead!




Awaiting a marriage day
seems too beautiful;
Though the time just flies
for the family,
she counts desparately
to begin her new life !

Awaiting a new member
raises the pressure
in many a minds;
And every moment for the mother to be
is like waging a war between
life and death !

Awaiting the child from his first day
at school;
She knows not what to do .
Every moment the day she spents
is just in his thoughts
and awaiting then becomes a daunting task !

Life rolls on and on .
and our waiting never does end !
for "Hope " is the soul of life
and awaiting
for a greater day
each one of us
end our day !



The second beautiful piece of art is a painting by "Auguste Toulmouche-Awaiting the Visitor"....
Awaiting a spurlge of readers reading /visiting my blog !;)
;-D
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