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Patience

written by: Darren Kohl

@d_kohlsy

 

Hearing silence,
wondering why.
Seconds pass,
days crawl by.

Lack of answers,
Nothing to say.
Feeling discouraged,
Hope fades away.

Feeling weaker,
Must stay strong.
Fear consumes me.
Taking too long.

Enough complaining,
It’s not The Way.
Find your discipline,
And do not stray.

Control your perception,
Occupy your mind.
Optimize the wait.
Don’t fall behind.

Recognize your effort,
You’ve done all you can.
Maintain composure.
Stick to the plan.

Things will conclude.
When the time is right.
Fear turns to contentment.
Dark turns to light.

The waiting is over.
You’re feeling relieved
Discipline is freedom.
Patience is achieved.

Darren Kohl

Darren Kohl

Darren is a father, partner, and sales professional. He is also a co-founder and writer for a blog called Contemplations, which shares thoughts, advice, and reflections on Personal Growth & Practical Philosophy, Professional Development & Career Advice, and Parenting & Relationships.
Darren Kohl

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