The Circle And The Seer – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

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Part Three

Part Four

Part Five

 

The Circle And The Seer

I was transfixed,
in a daze,
while slowly, the figure appeared,
at first formless
then finding shape
and one I’d seen before,
long, long ago,
this was Emerald the Golden Seer,
now my mind was spinning
what was all this to mean?
I was in the presence of a seer
and no ordinary seer.
Smiling, she addressed me,
“Keeper, it was good of you to come.”
“I had little choice in the matter” said I,
“No matter” said She, “Come sit,
we have urgent work to do.”
as I sat beside her, she stood
and calmly moved to the circle’s edge
and carefully threw a double handful
of orange powder into the circle,
with which the circle became a boiling mass.

©Paul Vincent Cannon

 

Paul, pvcann.com

32 Comments

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32 responses to “The Circle And The Seer – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. I’ve so often wanted to do that!😉

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  2. Thanks a lot Sir for the lovely poem

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  3. Emerald and a boiling mass … oooh

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  4. An enchanting poem!

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  5. Magical, have a productive weekend🌈

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  6. Ah! The boiling mass! I wonder what will happen next? 🤔

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  7. MNL

    awesome, can’t wait for the next episode. I feel like I’m listening to a radio serial.

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  8. lync56

    Amazing story – don’t stop keep going it is enthralling

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  9. Pingback: The Sanctum Tree -a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon (part 6 of the Keeper Series) | parallax

  10. Enjoying the series!

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