The Ancient Quadrilateral – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

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The Ancient Quadrilateral

He stood on the rise
loosened his tie and just ran
remembering those days when
his mother and father
lived an angry indifference
that had drawn him here,
to the four winds
who’d encouraged him,
conversing about the ancient quadrilateral
of brown paper and string
that would take him to lost realms
of heart and mind,
he flew here regularly
his laughter lighting the darkness
of everyone near.

ยฉPaul Vincent Cannon

 

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31 Comments

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31 responses to “The Ancient Quadrilateral – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. Superb writing Sir,thank you so much for sharing.

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  2. Oh! poignant and endearing!

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  3. sad but uplifting, sounds like you’ve started your autobiography ๐Ÿ™‚

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  4. This painted such a clear and poignant picture.

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  5. light in the darkness, yes.

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  6. Reblogging this to my readers at sister site Timeless Wisdoms

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  8. Ennle Madresan

    Oh my, this got to my heart–made me fly for just a moment, till I looked down ๐Ÿ™‚

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  9. lync56

    Another beautifully deep poem – I love this one

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