Weight, Wait

Weight, Wait

Weight (n.) is an amount of heaviness. Wait (v.) is the act of existing between two points in time, the latter of which is generally desired, and wait (n.) is the period of time in this state, a time object.

Love is a weight, not a freedom; I like to feel your heaviness around me, to know that you’re real.

I’ve been waiting my whole life for this.

I have a 30 minute wait between now and when I can see him next.  

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