Ahmad Shiddiqi

Rookie (March 7,1974 / Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia)

Wait A Minute - Poem by Ahmad Shiddiqi

rush
routine
precise
risky

focus< br>meeting
process
deal

agree
sch edule
dead line
hours

target
decision
follow up
responsible

would you like thirstily
to drink a cup of coffee?
would you like hungrily
to eat some sandwiches?

would you like keenly
to hear the tunes of music?
would you like impatiently
to watch commercial breaks?

would you like freely
to climb high mount Fuji?
would you like eagerly
to swim deep the Red sea?

would you like cheerfully
to fly around country Tibet?
would you like enthusiastically
to walk along river Euphrates?

space
spare
spread
breath

fresh
green
garden
fragrance

sim ple
humble
adorable
gestures

ener gy
funny
easy
join

no pressure
take a time
take a break
wait a minute


Comments about Wait A Minute by Ahmad Shiddiqi

  • Rookie Greenwolfe 1962 (10/7/2008 7:09:00 PM)

    It seems as if you have clinbed inside the head of everyone who labors
    each day . Then you extracted their thoughts and put them on paper.

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  • Rookie Carol Rhodes (9/10/2008 9:05:00 PM)

    Whenever I read one of your brilliant works, it's like I'm listening to lyrics accompanied by musical notes. Yes, have you put any of your poems to music? Carol (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Katherine Ng Li Hoon (9/3/2008 7:40:00 AM)

    Fantastic wordings! I like the words used. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie (: God's Wild Child :) (9/2/2008 5:19:00 PM)

    i like it. keep it up. =) (Report) Reply

  • Freshman - 548 Points Ency Bearis (9/1/2008 9:11:00 AM)

    having huff and puff in reading the verses, i was exhausted..but wait a minute
    you did it spellbinding....

    Ency Bearis (Report) Reply

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