Imbibers Meditation – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

Sip – dVerse Poets – Quadrille 74

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Imbibers Meditation

To sip or not is a question
of consumption or
of contemplation,
to savour,
to swirl,
to inhale,
to dance with liquid
on my palette
an imbibers meditation
a seduction with velvet soul,
I want my days to be sipped
not just consumed.

©Paul Vincent Cannon

 

Paul, pvcann.com

37 Comments

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37 responses to “Imbibers Meditation – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. Good point about sipping and not just consuming one’s days.

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  2. What a nice way to describe the conflicting feelings, Paul.

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  3. I want my days to be sipped not just consumed..Bravo Paul.

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  4. YES! Days are meant to be sipped and savoured, for they will not return again!

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  5. sensitive and insightful

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  6. Oh yes Paul, sipped and savored. We get far fewer than we realize, and they perpetually accelerate to their end…

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  7. True for both life and wine!

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  8. Indeed… we should be careful with what’s precious

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  9. and some like to guzzle, if we can be present in each moment to sip and savour then we have truly lived life!

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  10. It’s a fine line between savouring and being consumed, I’d say.

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  11. Life should be savoured sip by sip… so true!

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  12. Yes! We need to savour every moment. Love the analogies here.

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  13. LOVE those final 2 lines!

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  14. Lyn CANNON

    A good challenge to mindful living each day

    >

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  15. Wonderful say to stretch the metaphor. I’ve never seen it handled like this. Well done!

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