Natural Summer Love Lost by Shiela Denise Scott

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As I push the lawn mower,
Past brush and broken dreams,
Of flowers growing in fields,
That will never cultivate reality,
Acres of promise,
Buried purpose by law,
Suffocated seeds awaiting,
To expose the future cause,
Only heat, air and summer rain,
Can change amid the times,
Love lost its circumstance,
Bonds dropped its cost,
Leaving all plans,
Dare I use the summer,
To find them.

Shiela Denise Scott, a poet published in multiple languages, has earned a nomination for the Light Award. Her works presented in Best Poets 21 and 20 has brought the attention of art connoisseurs. She looks forward to entertaining people through words, photography and prose.


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