Everything – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

Sage – RDP Sunday


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“He who does not answer the questions has passed the test.”  Franz Kafka



No words came,
just silence in the presence
was enough,
nothing was fixed,
but everything fell away.

©Paul Vincent Cannon


Paul, pvcann.com


Filed under Five Lines, Free Verse, life, meditation, mindfulness, poem, self-development, Spirituality

13 responses to “Everything – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. Very nice combination of simplicity and depth

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  2. be still, and know I am God

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  3. Muntazir

    ‘Nothing was fixed but everything fell away’ so deep!

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  4. Amy

    everything fell away, it does, at the end. Well said, Paul.

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  5. You eloquently put words together to describe a feeling from my core that I have been unable to express in words. Lovely.

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  6. lync56

    Such a great expression of a deep truth


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  7. Short but meaningful.

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  8. so simple, yet powerful

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