What a wait!

P.C :- RXC

Waiting for work to yield favourable results- patience, perseverance, persistence

Waiting for stars to work their magic- gazing, hope, luck

Waiting for work to yield results until one fine day, he is worked up- dismay, despair, deluge

Wait/ work/ worked-up/ wait/ work/ worked-up ? Phew!!

44 words

Acknowledgements :- Thank you Reena Saxena for hosting RXC # 246. The above photo is the prompt. Thank you JadeLi for hosting Quadrille Mondays on dVerse. This prompt requires us to come up with a poem of 44 words using the prompt word, “Work”. Thank you all for stopping by and reading.

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  1. Kitty, waiting for work-related things does take long-term patience. Outlasting the boredom and the frustrations isn’t easy sometimes. Thank you for writing to that aspect of work.

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