Indelible Wholeness – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

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Indelible Wholeness

The tide turned
from paucity to obscenity
with omnipotent enthusiasm
fit for a god,
Noah was a dullard,
two would never suit
four, six, ten,
never a slice or a sip
the whole damn lot,
repetitive
naked carnality
right down to the bone
with alacrity,
an impossible consumption
and yet,
the corrective of
silence,
stillness,
awareness.
nature’s abundant
ever present beauty,
an indelible wholeness,
truly satisfy my soul.

©Paul Vincent Cannon

Paul, pvcann.com

21 Comments

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21 responses to “Indelible Wholeness – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. Incredible poetry, I loved the opening lines… but i loved it all, the whole of it.

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  2. 🙂 Very sweet piece!
    My sister-in-law thought that i was strange and “very wrong” when i told her that i didn’t believe that Noah put all of the pairs of animals on an ark and saved them. So i guess i’m strange and wrong.

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  3. Triple WOW…those final 2 lines really blessed me, as I’m enjoying the same experience today…and SO Thankful!

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  4. Love this poem! Of course, I have always liked “the rest of the ark story”: Noah’s wife had the real clarity of thought as she gathered seeds from all the plants of the Earth. Those animals would need food in the new world!!

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  5. Truly amazing poem, Paul. I love the last line ”nature’s abundant
ever present beauty,
an indelible wholeness,
truly satisfy my soul.” Nature truly satisfies my soul too.

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  6. cute and very different again, I relate to the later part 🙂

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  7. Amy

    So good to reach the “Indelible Wholeness”.

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  8. lync56

    Wow that one went deep – had to read it twice to see

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  9. Yes, the true path is never the ego.

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