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A Visit to the Consultant

-Sitting here time has run out
-Sitting in the waiting room your name they shout out!
-The results are ready but what will they say.
-Rolling the dice of fate today!
-I am not sure how this journey will end.
-I am hoping it is positive my poetry reading friend.
-life is precious in moments like these.
-when you realise the direction of your life could drastically change.
-be positive your friends say, but they are not walking in your shoes.
- a game of Russian roulette with life - will you win or lose.
-so here goes.. my time is up!
-my heart is beating fast..
-entering the consultants room..
-to hear my results at long last..

© by Wendy Roberts 10/10/2017





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