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Seeds by Sara Burn Edwards

Arts Richmond

Online - 22 June 2020

Seeds by Sara Burn Edwards

SEEDS

 

Seeds can be scattered

Seeds can be sown

Seeds can be saved and retained.

Seeds sown in the ground

May flourish and grow

Or scattered and wasted away

How do we know where our seeds will fall?

Seeds planted with love can bring joy and delight

With indifference, heartache, and fear.

So careful of your seeds, my friends

Be careful where they fall

They may come back and choke you

When grown straggly and tall.

The knowing look, the secret smile,

The sly insinuation

A seed of doubt dropped in an ear

Can kill reconciliation.

 

by Sara Burn Edwards

 

 

 

 

 

Sara trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, and has appeared in West End Theatre, the Dublin Festival, and featured in Son et Lumiere at Hampton Court Palace.  Accredited lecturer for the National Association of Decorative Fine Arts, has guided and lectured for the Historic Royal Palaces and Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, has served as a Borough Councillor, former Honorary Executive Chairman of Richmond upon Thames Arts Council (now Arts Richmond), Vice Chair Richmond Festival, Founder of the Swan Drama Awards. Currently serves as Patron of Arts Richmond.

 

 


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