Waiting for a Second Chance

Waiting, messing around and joking.

“Wait a minute, I feel like I’m choking.”


“Wait!” “What’s going on?” “Why are people crying?”

“Wait!” “Can’t you hear me?” “Why do I feel like I’m dying?”


“Wait!” “Can’t you see me, I’m reaching out?”

“Wait!” “I’m trying to talk. Why are people singing so loud?”


“Wait!” “What is all the commotion?” “Please stop!”

“Wait!” “I feel like I’m falling, about to drop!”


“Wait!” “Why are people walking away?”

“Wait!” “Come back! I’ve got so much to say!”


“Wait!” “Why is it getting darker?” “The light has gone!”

“Wait!” “Help me!” “Something is wrong!”


“Wait!” “Help me!” “I’m begging you please!”

“Wait!” “God see!” “I’m on my knees!”


Hey! Wake up you!

“You mean I was having a nightmare and didn’t have a clue?”


“I think you had thought you had left the world.”

“Yes for my sins I deemed justice had been served.”


“Wait!” “No! No more waiting around.”

“From now on I will be purpose-bound!”


“I am breathing, I am living. No more wasting precious time.”

“A wake-up call has been given and is definitely a sign.”


“No time to waste. Waste time no!”

“This is a reminder that I need to be me and grow.”


“I need to be purposeful and not live in a trance.”

“Thank you for giving this second chance.”


Waiting for second chances is no game.