Waiting Room – Written January 2011 (Aged 35)

Waiting Room

i do not mind –
if i have to stand in the queue
but all this shuffling
there is nothing else to do
i sit in the waiting room
trying not to have a disease
someone will be along soon
i say, there is no need
because when it is the afternoon
my imagination starts to feed

James Garratt – January 2011

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