Impatience, You Pesk! #Poem

I know it’s weird, but some poems do still rhyme. Especially when the writer has a severe O.C.D. problem… So, now you know… And, here we go… #lol

If impatience were a person I’d name her Prudence the pesk.

She’d nag and she’d pester , even the best.

She’d sneak and she’d lie, she’d make you her friend,

Once you let her in, she’ll stay till the end.

She’d force you to do things you normally wouldn’t,

You’ll be excited about things that you probably shouldn’t.

If you tell her your projects just aren’t ready yet,

She’ll shower you with trickery till you’re convinced it’s all set.

Every time she shows up, life around you will fail,

Your car wont start, your ship wont sail.

If impatience were a person, I’d spit in her face,

Then I’d take her by the hand, like the rest of human race.

I’d love her, I’d hate her, I’d fall for her charm,

I’d forgive her and get past all the things that she’s harmed.

There would be day’s I’d lock her out of my life,

And then days that I’d kiss her and make her my wife.

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16 Comments Add yours

  1. Tiana says:

    This is such a cute poem! I really enjoyed reading it. I loved the concept of having Patience be a person, it’s so lovely.

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    1. Didi Oviatt says:

      haha… weird mood 😉

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  2. Bindu says:

    Wonderful poem. Enjoyed the meaningfulness in it’s rhyme.

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  3. Well written. It sounds like your describing your muse. 🙂

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    1. Thank you, and am I ever! Impatience is like my akilies heal (if that’s how you spell it 😅)

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      1. We all have a weakness. Eventually we learn how to accept and compensate for them.

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  4. Loved this! So much fun and very well done! I’m infected by rhyme too! Ha!

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  5. Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:
    AND WHAT’S WRONG WITH POEMS THAT RHYME? 🙂

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    1. haha I honestly can’t write poems that don’t rhyme! It makes me feel weird and incomplete LOL Thanks for sharing 🙂

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      1. You know….many of the most famous poets—their poems don’t rhyme at all! You and I are rare commodities! 🙂

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      2. I couldn’t agree more! 🙂

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