Waiting for You

I will wait for you.

I wasn’t looking,
I was quite content,
Then along you came
And my mind was bent.

Confused, elated,
My heart skipped a beat.
Come on let’s face it,
Admit defeat.

Your ways and manner,
It makes me melt.
My heart turns to mush,
If you knew how I felt.

All my life I’ve been searching,
Settling too fast.
Waiting for you,
Saving the best for last.

I fell for you hard,
My appetite lost.
On my mind all the time,
My heart paying the cost.

Now I’ll wait and be patient,
As your love means too much.
Let’s build love upon friendship,
A foundation of trust.


About katieearnshaw

Well I thought I would update my profile. Time to know a little more about me... I have been writing poems since I was quite young. Things would happen in my life and the best way I found to express my feelings was through the art of poetry. So much can be said in such a unique way. A way that is so unique that it has never been written in that way before. Growing up there were many experiences which encouraged me to write, loss, love and laughter to mention just a few. It wasn't until this year that I decided to start a blog. The positive response I receive from my poems is humbling and exciting and spurs me on to write about more of my experiences. Ultimately I want to publish my first book. In another part of my blog, I'm sharing my life experiences. The ups and downs of life can be fantastic and horrible all in one go. I want to help myself heal and help others realise they aren't alone in their suffering. Thank you for stopping by :-)
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4 Responses to Waiting for You

  1. Pingback: Waiting for You — katieearnshaw’s Blog – nicoleemerence

  2. Absolutely adore this, my dear! You have looked into my soul and taken the words right out of my mouth with this one… Great work!

    Reblogged on nicoleemerence.wordpress.com 🙂

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