Escher’s Child – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

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Escher’s Child

Escher’s child
was all complete
white picket fence
and garden so,
no time for disorder
or disjunction of sense,
the stairs went up
and not about
six hundred and forty-two
and a plant atop,
fathers view was slant,
of course,
but Gladys knew
it went right up.

©Paul Vincent Cannon

 

Paul, pvcann.com

17 Comments

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17 responses to “Escher’s Child – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. Have always liked Escher.

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  2. Oh! that determination in look and step!

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  3. Escher’s staircases and designs, I have one of his books right there by my reading chair.
    Gladys knows where it leads…

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  4. That works so well with the prompt! Here’s to Escher…

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  5. Hadn’t heard of Escher before, so now I’ve learned something new. Thanks Paul!

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  7. lync56

    Interesting

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