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Yes, it is complete as the author intended. It seems incomplete because it comes from a very "weird" place as the author views the world. The audience is left still wondering if there is any hope that Godot will ever come.
It's the play of abusrd.its nature is totally contrast when compare it to traditional drama.in Traditional drama we can find clear characterization, coherent form of dialogues. But in absurd drama we can't find the past of the characters. Second thing to be discussed is, in traditional drama there will be a climax or end,but in in abusrd drama ,the writer will leave reader to make his/her own perceptions. So we can think it's a complete play as far as concerned with absurd theater qualities.