Jumbled Life – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

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“The purpose – where I start –  is the idea of use. It is not recycling, it’s reuse.”  Issey Miyake

Jumbled Life

I went to the local op shop
to glimpse the passing of my life
in a multitude of styles and colours,
unboxed memories in
this museum of moments,
a house of bargains,
all recycled love
wondering where to home,
I took nothing tangible
but I left with joy
and the stirrings
of my childhood.

©Paul Vincent Cannon

Paul, pvcann.com

40 Comments

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40 responses to “Jumbled Life – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. Terrific! I love this – “unboxed memories in/this museum of moments”

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  2. Oh i love how you got this inspiration from a bargain shop
    .

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  3. indid they are a jumble of memories … and my preferred shopping precinct!

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  4. The best purchase possible… to leave with joy!

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  5. I love being immersed in joyful memories, and old styles sure do that. Beautiful poem. Thanks for taking me with you on your shopping trip. One thing I’m glad I don’t have anymore is my platform shoes. Ha! =) Did you have any unfortunate fashion choices? ♥.

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  6. LoL! I remember some of the shops here. Fashion last seen in old catalogues. Rurality has its own fashion. But leaving with joy is the best ever. Michael

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  7. lync56

    You always take us on a journey down memory lane, into ourself and outside ourselves

    >

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  8. And my never ending
    walk-in wardrobe 😎

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