Always Remember – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

Sting – Word Of The Day

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Always Remember

How he loves to taunt and
play with your mind
wrangling plausibility
in such away
you even had to ask;
he’s totally mordacious
so slick and smooth of tongue
a gas-lighter of old,
but always remember
what goes around comes around,
and though this social bee is
buzzing with glee,
always
after the sting,
the bee dies.

©Paul Vincent Cannon

 

Paul, pvcann.com

32 Comments

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32 responses to “Always Remember – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. Beautifully penned, love your poem. Thanks sir for sharing.

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  2. sadly there are far too many game players 😦

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  3. blindzanygirl

    So apt. Too many game players. But good to remember that the bee dies

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  4. Beautiful composition!

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  5. Gorgeous. And ‘mordacious’ – will be seeking an opportunity to use…

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  6. Wish it would happen to one stinging self proclaimed King Bee.

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  7. lync56

    Great poem – love the ending

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  8. Great! The last two line are really exquisite. 😉 Best wishes, MIchael

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  9. Great poem. I love – Remember what goes around comes around…after the sting, the bee dies. So much meaning in so few words. Wonderful!

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  10. You’ve met my father, I see, although he is more wasp than bee, continues to sting…or did…

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  11. How uncanny! I got stung by a wasp on this day, literally! I shall now reflect on it metaphorically! 🙂

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