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Natalie Leclerc Natalie Leclerc
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The Man Who Waits

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He waits for his doctor.
To tell him the news.
Perhaps good or bad?
We shall not know.
Maybe he's sick or somethings not working right.
Either way we do not know this man,
so how will we know why he waits?
We can only guess.
He sits in navy sweats,
and tattered tennis shoes,
his shirt has an older city in some foreign country I presume.
He wears his keys on a necklace that has some company I have never heard about.
His arm under his chin in the bored state of mind.
He's been waiting awhile.
That is clear.
His phone goes off with an annoying ring tone.
I bet it's his mom.

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