Cheryl enjoys writing poetry related to her personal faith in Christ and the things she had observed in life.
Here we sit and here we are waiting
Hoping the wedding will soon take place
Hair cuts new shoes socks and ties
All dressed up in suits and lace
We are bored and, hungry and tired
To get here we had to drive all day
Thankfully soon it will be over
We can change our clothes and go play
Dora Weithers from The Caribbean on September 25, 2019:
You captured the children's longing for fun which waiting for the bride does not exactly fit. Good job.
Cheryl E Preston (author) from Roanoke on September 24, 2019:
Thank you. I agree
Elijah A Alexander Jr from Washington DC on September 24, 2019:
The boredom we children have to endure, Sara, because "our parents say we must" to satisfy some social requirement. A pleasant reading reminding me of some undesired childhood experiences We were made to go through.
Lorna Lamon on September 24, 2019:
Lovely poem Cheryl - I remember going to my cousins wedding and falling asleep, sliding off the chair and sleeping on the floor. It's all on the video.
Artchelle Arcillas from Philippines on September 23, 2019:
Enjoyed this, Cheryl! Thanks for sharing!