The Sanctum Tree -a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon (part 6 of the Keeper Series)

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Part Five

 

Part 6

The Sanctum Tree

Through the roiling, boiling mass
I could see faces, places,
and many strange things
surging and swirling,
the Seer raised her hands and
immediately the mass settled
to a sheet of grey,
she invited me to the edge
and I peered in,
she uttered an ancient incantation
and a tree appeared,
the Seer sharply gasped:
“It is the Sanctum Tree”
and with her hands she
manipulated the sheet
to show more,
I could not quite grasp the situation,
the Seer was tense
her brow deeply furrowed
she took my hand firmly
and urgency spoke,
“Keeper, your hour has come,
you must go to her.”

©Paul Vincent Cannon

 

Paul, pvcann.com

31 Comments

Filed under Fiction, Free Verse, Mythology, poem, series

31 responses to “The Sanctum Tree -a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon (part 6 of the Keeper Series)

  1. Fantastic writing Sir,it seems you are blessed everyday to write poems with certain variation. I mean different poems have different tunes and rhythms.Lovely post.Thanks a lot.

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  2. lync56

    Love this series it keeps hanging

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  3. Love it! There’s more, of course!

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  4. oh wow nice twist … can’t wait for next one Paul!

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  5. Sounds good to read especially to listen.

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  6. Interesting progression. How many parts do you anticipate? I really like this story to date.

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  7. Anxiously waiting for more!

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  8. Ooh! What next? Paul, you are doing an excellent job.

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  9. Hélène - Willow Poetry

    This has been a fascinating series, Paul. I love “The Sanctum Tree”, it feels so esoteric. So now the hour has come…❤

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