Never Made – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

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Never Made

Best made plans
are never truly planned,
merely imagination applied
in a disorder of events,
taking us to tea parties
and hidden places,
relationships unknown,
and even the journey to self.
The best made plans are
never made,
they are,
the fruit of frustration.

©Paul Vincent Cannon

 

Paul, pvcann.com

 

26 Comments

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26 responses to “Never Made – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. True….Like I always say…. I’ve never been able to do what I plan

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  2. One of my favorite reflections is if you want to make God laugh tell him your plans 🤣

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  3. fascinating theory … I like it, not thought of it that way but it works for me!

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  4. Great poem, Paul. Feels like it matches the subject of adventures of plans revealed. 💖 Thank you! Debbie

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  5. we plot and plan so much don’t we, love this poem Paul, I take note and just go with the flow

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  6. This is soooooo true.
    Best is not to have a fixed plan or over expect anything. Let us enjoy the moment as it comes.
    There is a cafe in town called Plan B 🙂

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  7. I really like this one Paul, especially the last line.

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  8. MNL

    love this. it’s funny and true

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  9. Perhaps I’m reading this differently from others. The notion of a curved ball that comes one’s way is what resonates.

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