Adrian Wait

Rookie - 1 Points (A Long while ago / England)

Adrian Wait Poems

81. The Mighty Dinosaur 8/27/2006
82. Holding Hands 5/1/2008
83. Brown Rice Priests 6/14/2009
84. Junkyard Of Dreams 5/11/2004
85. For A Carpenters Son. 5/10/2004
86. Off Camera 2/16/2005
87. Soft Falls The Rain 10/17/2005
88. …on Leaving Sheffield Station 10/10/2005
89. Beauty For Ashes 1/23/2009
90. Peace 5/10/2004
91. Kindness 2/28/2008
92. Murmured Voices 5/29/2009
93. Everyman 5/10/2004
94. Whatever The Weather 5/17/2008
95. Wishes And Dreams 5/10/2004
96. Candle In The Dark 4/26/2009
97. Coventry In November 6/4/2005
98. University Unchallenged 5/10/2004
99. Love Is Not Blind 10/10/2005
100. Days 3/12/2009
101. Words 5/11/2004
102. The Somme…..And Every Other Bloody Battle. 5/10/2004
103. Shopping For Yesterday 5/10/2004
104. Joy 6/15/2005
105. I Am My Brother’s Keeper 5/10/2004
106. A New Leaf 5/10/2004
107. Winter Nights…… 5/10/2004
108. Faith 5/10/2004

Comments about Adrian Wait

  • Trish H (8/7/2012 7:48:00 PM)

    I love the way you write. My favourite so far Winter

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  • Jerry Hughes (5/25/2007 3:43:00 AM) must have something to do with maturity, because Adrian Wait is a damn fine writer. Mean it sincerely mate, Jerry

  • Paul Q (5/12/2004 11:22:00 PM)

    A very moving and thoughtful poem

  • Sofia P (5/10/2004 7:51:00 PM)

    Your Winter poem is really 'captured'! I like the ray of hope and optimism in the end. Your poems are very rich.

  • Michael Baddeley (5/10/2004 7:35:00 PM)

    I liked University Unchallenged... neat and clever :)

Best Poem of Adrian Wait


Faith is the light of the next step
Illuminating a way ahead,
Without revealing the direction.
Faith will sustain, and comfort
Through our darkest hours.
Faith upholds the unseen hope,
It is the seasoning that endures,
the pain of life whilst revealing
that misery can be optional.
Faith is a light in the darkness,
Surrounded, yet not consumed.
In the storms of our lives
Faith is the stillness, seated at
The rear of our boat.

Read the full of Faith

Another Day

Have you ever watched a day?
I mean really absorbed it
As it begins in silent blue
Drifts to the first shafts of light
That wakes the birds anew
Light gently overtakes
It does not invade, or consume
Feverously the migration
Of humans begins

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