An Uncommon Quiet

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Lake Brown, near Nungarin.

An Uncommon Quiet

My peace is layered,
as silence expands into silence,
and my mind,
untroubled in this eden,
sits down to a quietude uncommon
most of the time.
But here it comes quickly,
and with a joy that is worth possessing
at great price,
though it cannot be bought,
only breathed,
embodied,
lived.

©Paul Vincent Cannon

Paul,

pvcann.com

24 Comments

Filed under bush walking, Free Verse, meditation, nature, poem

24 responses to “An Uncommon Quiet

  1. Sometimes the silence of the moment seeps in our soul.

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  2. Not bought, my friend, truly said — but, as truly said, well deserved 😘

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  3. my peace is layered – love this and am feeling it

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  4. another photo and poem that resonate deeply, thanks Paul!

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  5. Uncommon quiet,it’s good once in a while. 😀

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  6. Loved the theme and the words you used to capture the beauty of silence – quietude!!

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  7. lync56

    So very true wonderful words – How do we integrate this state of mind into everyday life?

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  8. I love this poem. We seem to travel to the same places yet our paths have never crossed!

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