After the Storm

After the Storm - A USE THIS ONE

These words are very personal for my family and I
and Scott’s photo couldn’t have been more perfect.
This is the last of the “Scott & Scott” collaborating collection,
but maybe there’ll be more in the future. 🙂

 

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39 thoughts on “After the Storm

    • Thanks, Chris! I had two choices for this photo and Scott chose this poem. I’m glad he did because the more I look at his stunning photo, it’s a better match. The sun will shine once again…sending you hugs! ♥

    • I try to most of the time, Geraldine, but I’m human. 🙂 There are times I wish I weren’t and could manage my emotions a little better. The storm will be around indefinitely; it’s complicated. But we try to be optimistic and keep the faith, which is what I write about. 🙂 Thanks so much for your lovely complement on both Scott’s photo and my poem. Hope you’re doing well, too! Hugs back!

    • Thanks so much for all your encouragement, Diane! I’m also glad you enjoyed this collaborating collection with Scott. It was fun and something different for me…Hugs and blessings to you! ♥ xo

    • Thanks, Scott! It’s not the deepest poem, but meaningful, for sure and the honor is mine, too, for being able to use your photos. Collaborating was fun so thanks again and enjoy the rest of your weekend!

  1. Overwhelming cloud formations and promising poetic words escaping the clouds …
    Sunshine always follows the tempest and brings peace into the soul …
    Most influential work dear Lauren,the painter and poetess hand in hand inspiring each other !!!
    Hope you have plenty of sunshine over your weekend my dear friend !!!
    Doda 🙂 xxx

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