TIME SHALL PASS
Thomas stares out his window, sitting at the kitchen table, bills piled up beside his resumes. Five months without work aside from low paying odd jobs from working on yards to food delivery. Frustration lines his forehead. Determined to stay constant, some days are better than others however, it is mentally wearing. Thomas sighs trying to believe that this unpredictable time shall pass. The evening comes with a glass of wine for Margaret, alone in her living room, attempting to adjust to a new life after twenty-seven years of the same one. Without a true explanation her partner left leaving so many questions behind. Where to start over? What does the future hold? Starting over brings fear. With each sip, thoughts get stronger holding onto the fact that this time shall pass. Stacy closes the door of her room trying to digest another horrid school day. Others hurling insults for no reason, students that used to be friends causing tears and confusing thoughts. Sometimes Stacy wonders if the abuse is worth going through, determined she will get past the next two years. Stacy knows a new chapter will be soon. This present time shall pass.
Andrew Scott is a native of Fredericton, NB. During his time as an active poet, Andrew Scott has taken the time to speak in front of classrooms, judge poetry competitions as well as had over 200 hundred writings published worldwide in such publications as The Art of Being Human, Battered Shadows and The Broken Ones.
Andrew Scott has published five poetry books, Snake With A Flower, The Phoenix Has Risen, The Path, The Storm Is Coming and Searching and one book of photography, Through My Eyes. Whispers Of The Calm is his sixth poetry book.
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