It was hidden
like a speck
of dust

in the wind,
unsure if it
was meant
to surface,
causing e
to run wild
in a 
of ambivalence,

but its arrival
is valuable
for all tomorrows

Lauren Scott © 2015

27 thoughts on “Found

  1. How nice you got it back!Your poetic words are loudly celebrating it!Now,your day is filled with smiles and sunshine,dear Lauren!I love your new “buddy/gravar icon”,you’re so beautiful and happily smiling 🙂 xxx

    • Aww, thank you, Doda! Our life experiences provide so much inspiration, don’t they? 🙂 Thanks about my new gravatar, too. I don’t normally like big smile pics of me, but I was okay with this one and wanted a change. And I am happy and feeling very blessed these days…sending much love and many hugs to you and I hope your Monday has been a good one, also. ♥ xo

    • I think you’re right, Binky, because what I had in mind, no one has mentioned, so it’ll be my secret. 🙂 I’ll add to your comment with, some things are welcomed back and some aren’t and we have to learn to cope…

      • Not at all; isn’t it better to think happier? 🙂 But poetry is also evoked from life experiences that are the opposite. This isn’t bad though, Ian, just more on the somber side…but I’m happy that Friday is here and the weekend is around the corner. So have a good one! 🙂

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