Linda I. Weischedel

Rookie (September 20 1967 / Philadelphia, PA)

Emotionally 4 Each Need

Poem by Linda I. Weischedel

Understand the concept and the notion,
that our lives do revolve and evolve around the word emotion.
I realize and am certain you will agree to say,
our mind, heart, body and soul are indeed
emotionally needy in some kinda way,
though we all normally paint a different picture,
and or at one time or another in our lives we created
a different type persona to portray.

Speaking for myself,
there have been many a time I craved to be someone else.
Being a very loving person,
to be able to obtain what I so desperately yearned,
without my caring heart being subjected to the tortured process
of being burned.

At night in my prayers I have pleaded,
with a strong emotional proclamation
I have asked the Lord to granted me the trusted true love
that my lonely-passioned heart has begged for,
Lord, you know this is all I ever be needed,
please allow this long over due wish,
upon receiving such beauty, my heart will then be completed.

There are emotional tie within everything we do,
even though a lot of the time it seems
the non-materialistic things we want and need in life
are usually never ready-available at that desired time
for you,
be patient, don't give up, don't throw in the towel,
the most truthfull statement my Mom ALWAYS said
and would always state,
'All good things come to those who wait'

I am one of thee most impatient women
you'd ever wanna meet,
my Mom would say this to me,
and it seemed like I waited an eternity,
when I finally got what I was waiting for.....
it was 3 times greater than I expected it to be!
TRUST ME when I say this to you.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, November 25, 2007

Poem Edited: Tuesday, April 26, 2011