Love Forms

Circuitous – Word of the Day


Billyacatting Hill, the rock was formed unevenly, it already had a thin skin, but water has continued to form the granite and sandstone outcrops.


Love Forms

Water kisses the hardness so tenderly
where human hands would abuse,
and force.
Water shapes and smoothes,
inviting character,

©Paul Vincent Cannon




Filed under bush walking, Country, life, mindfulness, nature, poetry, Quadrille

31 responses to “Love Forms

  1. Water is a powerful force.

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  2. Amazing power of water,expressed in soft lyrics! Love it .Thank you.

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  3. Oh wow! Beautiful place and poem! Very nicely written! Blessings!

    Liked by 4 people

  4. Suzanne

    Lovely. When I first read the opening words I read them as “Billycarting Hill” and expected some rollicking tale from childhood. Instead I was lulled by a gentle ode to water.

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  5. Love Forms. Wonderful Paul!

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  6. Water invites presence, that’s true 🙂

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  7. oh so tenderly sculpted … your poem and our waterways 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  8. Just as tender as the caress of water.

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  9. lync56




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