A Poem: “Waiting for the traffic light to change the Patient squints against the midday sun….”
© rita h kowats 2014
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7 thoughts on “On Patience”
I hear your reality in the poem, Rita. And I think of your courage. Love, Polly
Thank you, Polly.
Rita, the run for Patience is more than a marathon, run long ago, on your bicycle…..60 miles was it from point A to destination? Flat tires along the way, and yet mission was accomplished! Thank you for that tenacity and strength.
I remember happily our tears shed in utter exhaustion and hilarity. What fun we had.
This is an amazing and deeply moving poem, Rita. Thank you! Paula
I appreciate your comment, Paula. Although I try to focus on the blessings that accompany diminishment, I am working on emotional honesty.
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Your words are beautiful. Thanks for sharing and giving us strength. You are amazing.