Nature’s Restorative – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

dVerse Poets – Poetics – Walking and Observing

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Photo: Bunbury Wetlands

Nature’s Restorative

Piano out on the street
with a delightful sound,
suits on the run,
and my nose tells me the way
of temptation to caffeine,
while the envy of all
a Triumph growls,
a bicycle squeaks,
shop doors glide open
willing me in,
and I notice
there’s less gum on the
pavement these days,
but of all the sights and sounds
I would trade them every one
for a wander round the park
with nature’s restorative all.

Β©Paul Vincent Cannon

Paul, pvcann.com

41 Comments

Filed under Free Verse, life, nature, poem

41 responses to “Nature’s Restorative – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. Fun. A bit whimsy and true to your soul Paul. 😍

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  2. What a fun little adventure with many sights to see

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  3. Love the way the walkway winds around. Can’t beat nature’s
    restorative all!

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  4. stunning … wonderful wordsmithing!

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  5. Love how you’ve picked up on the sights and sounds. Very evocative! Of course some of us hear the call of the bush …

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  6. what a lovely walk, i could just picture all you described, happy weekend to you!

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  7. Wonderful description of urban life, but I agree, I’d choose the walk in nature any day!

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  8. Wonderful! I really enjoyed this piece! ❀ I'll trade nature for noise any day πŸ˜‰ blessings bro, hope all is well. Its been a while.

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  9. Fun reading Paul. You know how to make simple things extraordinary.

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  10. Well done! Isnt it wonderful, the nature’s invention of coffee beans too. πŸ™‚ Michael

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  11. Agreed – the bustle of city life can never renew like nature.

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  12. lync56

    Too true – love the imagery it conjured for me

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  13. blindzanygirl

    Oh nature is the best place of all to be. Your poetry is so goid. Wish I could write like you. You have such wonderful images.

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