Stella Thompson

Rookie (New York)

Your Arrival - Poem by Stella Thompson

Sitting here,
Is a long wait.
Seconds feel like minutes,
Minutes feel like hours,
Hours feel like years,
Years feel like eternity.
I'm waiting for your arrival,
not knowing who you are.
Not knowing what you look like.
I have wanted you,
for the longest time.
Years and years have gone by,
Still no sign of you.


Comments about Your Arrival by Stella Thompson

  • (3/22/2005 12:53:00 PM)

    And when that special one arrives you will be rewarded paradoxically by years, days and hours which will seemingly pass in seconds. Best wishes in your search.
    Kenneth
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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, March 22, 2005



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