A Pocket Full Of Stars – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

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A Pocket Full Of Stars

As I left the pub,
brimful of expectancy
I looked up, and,
as I sometimes do,
I nodded in deference to the stars,
a toast to the sentient beings beyond my ken.
And I reached up and grabbed a handful of mystery
so sparkly, light, and effervescent.
And it occurred to me,
that there’s nothing better in all the world,
than a pocket full of stars for my true love.

©Paul Vincent Cannon

 

Paul,

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24 Comments

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24 responses to “A Pocket Full Of Stars – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. To make her eyes sparkle.

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  2. oh you’ve got all the girls mushy … bleeding drunks 😉

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  3. Beautiful words and image! 🙂

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  4. The things we do when intoxicated! Love the idea of a pocketful of stars!

    Like

  5. WOW! LOVED your collection of stars 🌟 🌟🙏🙏4

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  6. Really loved your last lines – “there’s nothing better in all the world,
    than a pocket full of stars for my true love.” I will ditto that, My Friend!!
    Bellissimo, Paul!!

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  7. lync56

    How beautiful

    >

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