Treasuring Poetry – Meet poet, Lauren Scott, and a review

I am honored to be a guest on Robbie Cheadle’s blog, Writing to be Read, and to have received such a beautiful review of my book, More than Coffee…

Writing to be Read

Today, I am delighted to introduce poet and blogger, Lauren Scott. I met Lauren recently through another blogging friend and I am delighted by her beautiful poetry and posts about hiking adventures with her husband.

Take it away, Lauren.

Which of your own poems is your favorite?

I narrowed it down to two favorites: “Simple Existence” and “To My Babies.”

Simple Existence

I stare at this page, milk white as the

blanketed ground in winter’s staging.

Where are the syllables?

***

I fear they have flown to faraway places,

across desert dunes and boundless oceans

and might not return so that I may tell him

(again) how irreplaceable he is.

***

Instead, I’ll touch his lips with mine

and steady myself in the arms of a man

who is satisfied with my simple existence.

To My Babies

You are a new bloom in our family garden,

too little to…

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29 thoughts on “Treasuring Poetry – Meet poet, Lauren Scott, and a review

    1. Thanks so much, John! It was an honor to be a guest on Robbie’s blog, and I couldn’t be happier after reading her beautiful review. I appreciate your continued support and lovely words, as well.

      1. I’m not a prolific writer like you, Diana. But like you, writing is what I love to do, and luckily, inspiration is flowing. That’s all we can ask for, right? 🙂

    1. Thanks for your enthusiastic support, Marina. I always appreciate it. This interview was another wonderful experience and I am grateful that Robbie invited me to participate. Much love and many hugs to you, dear friend. Happy Monday & Tuesday! 🥰❤️🤗

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