In today’s world, where time is everything, how can one be patient and wait?
“Stop right there!” his words sounded to me, when he just said “Wait”
I felt like the whole world was moving ahead and I was late.
More than the society, my small world was moving far from me
It was my family, my friends moving ahead and I couldn’t see.
At that time it was a mountain to climb
It was a fight, but seemed like a crime.
To pause meant forever, meant loss, meant failure
It meant in the middle of the sea, a lifeless sailor.
It wasn’t easy to tell the world, I’ve got to wait
Even though it wasn’t a mistake, it was just fate.
But they won’t listen like family does
They will blame me and create a fuss.
They might forget what really happened the next day
But they would put rocks on the mountain, and toughen my way.
So what now? What next?
For this cause, I had no effect.
All I could see was my life running out of my hands
Time running too, like do the sands.
But soon I understood silence and patience taught more than anything else could.
On a fine line of peace I stood.
To be silent in failure is more difficult than success
To be patient is like to play a game of chess.
None of them is easy, but no one mentioned it would be
We always have our day to stop, wait and see.
Every key to success might not find you the correct lock
Sometimes it might take more time, time will be a large block.
But every tough time is not a big mountain
It’s just a rock to move and create your fountain.