Waited

Waited - I waited for you / In the same way / The light of day burns / To greet the night - poetry by Roshan James, Wellesley, Ontario, Canada

Text: I waited for you In the same way The light of day burns To greet the night Advertisements

Anticipation

"Anticipation", poetry by Roshan James

How long do we wait For a few moments To let fall the words We can’t bear to keep in For the rush of breath, of song To free our hearts thrumming In anticipation

Somewhere

"Somewhere," poetry by Roshan James

The passing of minutes Moments Days or lives Doesn’t make a difference In the loving Or in the dreaming Of what could come to pass And what could be passing Somewhere Near or far from here It’s the unseeing and unfeeling That is undoing This moment

Learning how to wait

"Learning how to wait," poetry by Roshan James (Roshan Grossman)

It’s not a game Or a song Or even a movie But it’s played Mostly alone Or seemingly so Defined by a lack Patience pending Thoughts in focus Sending the mind Reeling, careening In and out of logic As we process Organize Catalogue And store Memories and the visions Slotted into lessons Lessening the pace […]

Practice

Practice, poetry by Roshan Grossman

With practice A voice gets warmer Stronger With words repeated Spirits can be lifted Up through the rafters So sing, sing This new song That brings with it Not just hope But life The first preceding The last And the last Anticipated By the first Forged and fortified Through practice Perfected