telephone waiting 

composure degrading 

cursing the gods that I’m

stuck alone 

and the time is fading 

fastly I’m painting 

pictures in my head of the

eventual outcome 

and life is precious 

I’ve lived so reckless 

by wasting time on 

nothing more than a

pointless transition can’t take this

anxiety ammunition

passively waiting by the

telephone today




One thought on “LET ME KNOW

  1. Wow. This speaks to me so well. I’ve often had to say “Let me know,” wishing I could instead say, “I need to know, now.” From your tags, I hope everything turns out well.

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