Waiting for a Friend was a poem in the anthology Now We Are Six Hundred.
- The Doctor left Sarah in Aberdeen.
- After the Doctor left, Sarah was quite sad and her brain was disordered.
- People wonder why Sarah stands in the rain, echoing the thoughts of individuals such as Kelsey Hooper.
- The Doctor "did not come today, will not come tomorrow, [and] did not come last Wednesday week."
- After the Tenth Doctor visited, Sarah became much happier, and no longer stood in the rain.
Story notes Edit
- The poem is based upon Now We Are Six's Rice Pudding.
- The poem is told from the first person perspective of Sarah Jane.
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