Welcome – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

Trip – Word of the Day

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Photo: Ngaanyatjarra (Giles) Western Australia

 

Welcome

The occasional breeze flits
and plays with the leaves and grasses and
a symphony erupts complimented by the chorale
of honeyeaters, fantails and wood swallows and the like
who sing me a welcome to country.

©Paul Vincent Cannon

 

Paul, pvcann.com

33 Comments

Filed under bush walking, Five Lines, Free Verse, nature, poem

33 responses to “Welcome – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. Beautiful landscape, Paul!

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  2. Tom Darby

    Feels like the desert in bloom to me. Home!

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  3. Amy

    who sing me a welcome… lovely! It says why I love the landscape of the West.

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  4. the color of the soil is beautiful. They need to make a crayon that color for me. When I see this it reminds me of the book I read about the woman who crossed the Australian desert. Beautiful but could be dangerous if you get stranded in it.

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  5. Love me some birds, too!

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  6. what a delightful welcome to country and stunning pic, well done Paul!

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  7. kyleoyier

    Love the picture

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  8. That’s how I feel as well, Paul.

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  9. Mmm! That sounds so inviting!

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  10. Beautiful. A landscape of the soul for sure!

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  11. lync56

    I love that image of birds singing us a welcome to country

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  12. Very impressive, Paul! Love the silence, only nature itself sounds well. Michael

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