Sep 5, 2013

Waiting


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patiently waiting
for the rain to stop
only then, I'll see
a beautiful rainbow


© 2013 Balqis

20 comments:

  1. The Second Wonderful Virtue: Patience! It always has its reward!

    So beautifully said in so few words!

    I love this poem, BB

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    1. You're right, Od! No patience, no gain. :)
      Thank you so much for your kind words. I'm happy hearing them. :)

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  2. Patience is a must,
    Waiting is an option ;)

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    1. Thank you so much for your words of wisdom. Welcome to my blog, Yu! :)

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  3. Yes, we keep on hoping...
    we keep on believing....
    There'll be rainbows soon!

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    1. You know, Ric, you always have positive thoughts and I like it! Much thanks, my friend. :)

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  4. How well you have send an underlying message of optimism through this poem Balqis. It shows that all great things come after we have gone through a bit of hardship. At least that's what I interpret from this poem.
    Have a good day! :)

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    1. To get the cream, everything comes through sweat and tears. Your interpretation is right, Sui. Thank you so much for your nice comments. Wishing you a great day, too!

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  5. It's when you enjoy the rain, stay patient, look at the sky with hope in your heart that you can see and feel the power of a rainbow.
    Beautiful Balqis!
    Much love from France.

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    1. The power of the rainbow is amazing! I love seeing it after the rain. Thank you so much for your beautiful words, Marie.
      Warm regards from Malaysia. :)

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  6. Patience is a word I don't like, but it's always worth waiting for.

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    1. There's always the thrill of waiting something nice to happen. As you said something worth waiting for. Thank you so much for commenting, Rumpunch. :)

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  7. I loved the thought , beauty of image and depth of words , wonderful :)

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    1. Thanks, Aunt Mary. It's so kind of you. :)

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  8. Hello Balquis,

    I appreciate your writings. So simple yet profound. The rainbow reminds me of a hope that I should carry on. Also, I back read on your previous entries and you seem to have retained your genre.. I'm from the Philippines. It's nice to have a blogger friend from Malaysia.

    -Orville

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    1. Hello Orville,
      Welcome to my blog! Thank you so much for dropping by and reading my posts. It's really nice to know that and nice meeting you, too. :)

      Come back again! :)

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  9. Such a beautiful thought ... loved it :-)

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    1. Thank you so much for your kind words, Amrit. :)

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