Endless – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

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Buzz Lightyear might have said about the outback, “To infinity and beyond.” It certainly stretches out on the Great Central Road. This photo – on the way to Warakurna.

Endless

Perhaps love can be likened to an outback road
that stretches out endlessly,
beckoning discovery and adventure,
where nothing is fixed,
where bends and rises amplify curiosity,
and horizons become goals,
some never reached,
but always dreamed,
always held,
as the road leads ever on.
Perhaps love, like and outback road,
is endless, beckoning,
dreamed,
and held.

©Paul Vincent Cannon

Paul, pvcann.com

15 Comments

Filed under bush walking, Country, Free Verse, love, poem

15 responses to “Endless – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. Deep thoughts, resonating in my heart, all is endless, allowing room for more, now and into infinity.

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  2. with a few corrugations, floodways, cattle-grates, wash-outs – but always with the view to ‘what’s over the next bump?’ attitude.
    A life shared is never a straight-road story, but is all the more fun for that.
    That’s a nice road, by the way, I never saw that road in such good nick.

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  3. oh what a lovely and apt comparison … so true!

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  4. Enjoyed reading this, much love

    Like

  5. That kind of road makes my pulse race! Lovely poem and pic.

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  6. I love the link you made with the use of this image – beautiful

    Like

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