Symphony Of Pulse – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

Blood – Word of the Day

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Photo: newscientist.com

“There is no caste in blood.”  Edwin Arnold

Symphony Of Pulse

Of moons
it is merely of colour,
but of attraction it is mystery,
where the symphony of pulse,
a scherzo,
strangely warms and excites,
energising, drawing, urging,
and only when we are spent
does blood finally slow,
and once again
we return to earth.

Copyright. Paul Vincent Cannon

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13 responses to “Symphony Of Pulse – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. This is so beautiful Paul

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  2. Beautifully penned, Paul.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Looking at the picture made me think that I forgot to test my blood sugar.

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