Category Archives: waiting
Ode to Beckett Diminishing spiral lost in ennui. Mere speculations my dear Valdimir. Di’s deferment of Estragon’s forfeit, Go go and show me nothing is coming. Displacement, my hat, controlling nothing, I stare deep into its hollow abyss. We are … Continue reading
Forgiveness lights in my heart like a bluebird on the bush in the window. I could not force myself there but Several things I had to do. First I had to install a window above the kitchen sink. Then I … Continue reading
this is the year of winners I will, win in my battle against my brain cancer I eagerly await the return of my memory I work on it every day. Since I have no job, healing is my responsibility. I … Continue reading
I am Penny, Waiting for my man. Twenty years of waiting, Old Argos has grown weary of waiting. He won’t last long now. We are weary of living. He is lying on my feet and gazing out the window, Down … Continue reading
Waiting for Reason by Melissa A. Wood (I Am Waiting Poetry Series).
Making students feel comfortable and welcomed in a classroom makes all the difference. Fine learning environments can be very intimidating to students who might not ask questions. They might not have a pleasant experience, which means they probably won’t return. … Continue reading