None Like You – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

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None Like You

So cool
as you touch my lips,
I love the wet
and the spice of you
a rich perfume
that I can taste,
smooth
unblended nectar
like liquid velvet,
and in all the world
there’s none like you
at all
my jar of whiskey.

©Paul Vincent Cannon

 

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Paul,  pvcann.com

34 Comments

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34 responses to “None Like You – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. I bet you could write a poem about a phone book and it would sound sexy lol

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  2. Wow this is very clever Paul..😊

    Like

  3. That was very thoughtful and cheeky 😂
    Great work, Paul..

    Regards
    Dee Kay

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  4. I love surprise endings!!! Good one!

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  5. Nice one PV, clever with the image following the words. Loved it 👍🏻

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  6. Beautiful and ecstatic words of poetry so well composed for a glass of whisky, Paul. Too good.

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  8. lol I suspected as much 😉

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  9. Not a big fan of liquor but I can tell a good one from a bad. A good whiskey definitely has some character to it. This is great imagery.

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  10. Yes! Nectar of the Gods 🙂

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  11. A poem after my own heart.

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  12. You got me again, Paul! Cracked me up on the twist at the end!! Bravo!!

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  13. Ah! A good whiskey is a good thing! 🙂

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  14. lync56

    An Ode to your precious whiskey

    >

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