Always Wondering About Me – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

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Always Wondering About Me

Today I gave my attention to a leaf
an early sign
as the gums let go their weight
before the rains of autumn,
nature is always wondering about me,
making sure I know,
giving me signs,
leading me to deeper thoughts
and heartfelt wholeness.

©Paul Vincent Cannon

 

Paul, pvcann.com

30 Comments

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30 responses to “Always Wondering About Me – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. your contemplation is beautiful, being one with nature finding the nature of the One who created it all

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  2. Nature knows you are a good listener, Paul.

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  3. As always, beautiful. Is that you in the photo? If so, nice to see who’s behind the words.☺️

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  4. “nature wonders about you” … wow I am not even on her richter scale!

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  5. the language of nature, if we but open our senses to listen. it is a love affair of the highest magnitude, yet tinier than a single grain of pollen…

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  6. Amy

    Beautifully expressed, Paul.

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  7. I loved this. Beautiful expression of love.

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  8. Heartfelt wholeness gooood 😌

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  9. Wow! This is pure & whole ✌

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  10. There is a lot of freedom in it. Thank you for the great thoughts, Paul! Best wishes, Michael

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  11. I love ‘ nature is always wondering about me’ Very mindful reflection on the leaf.

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  12. Nothing can be more sublime than being one with nature!

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  13. Lyn CANNON

    So true and beautifully written

    >

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