Smudge – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

Sunset – 5 Lines

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Smudge

They were all there, Durer, Monet, Picasso
and a host of others who carefully
constructed random reflections on canvas,
but God strode in and stole the show with
one esoteric smudge across the sky.

©Paul Vincent Cannon

 

Paul, pvcann.com

32 Comments

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32 responses to “Smudge – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. Awesome poem and picture.

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  2. Wins every time – hands down!

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  3. Nature shares her master stroke 🙂

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  4. Thanks a lot Sir for the lovely poem.

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  5. Durer exclaimed . .
    “How much more must I ensure?!”
    But Pablo Picasso was most philosophical
    about it all.
    Monet just chose to drown his sorrows
    in Lilly Pond, of which he was very fond 😎

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  6. Wonderful poetic use of the photo. Thanks for sharing.

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  7. lync56

    Beautiful

    >

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  8. Oh My God !! It’s so amazing 💐 So clever, in few lines you have expressed the universal truth.
    “Man proposes and God disposes.”

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  9. Reblogged this on Maverick's Journey and commented:
    It’s so amazing !!
    Cleverly expressed in few lines – “Man proposes, God disposes”.

    Liked by 2 people

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