Inner Architecture – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

RDP – Thursday – Architect

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“True beauty in a woman is reflected in her soul.”  Audrey Hepburn

Inner Architecture

There were times,
more than she could remember,
that a voice would say
take your beauty and trade,
however, while she valued
her external beauty
for beauty defined her,
far more did she value her
inner architecture being
a foundation for all that
seeks the good and the wise,
a real beauty.

©Paul Vincent Cannon

Paul, pvcann.com

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38 responses to “Inner Architecture – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. I will gift you poem my favorite and adored woman. 😉 Thank you Paul! Best wishes, Michael

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  2. The “inner architecture” is not something the women in my family were taught – emphasis always on the exterior. Empowering thought.

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  3. Adding this link to the reference index at the Foundation for Poetic Justice

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  4. And beautifully expressed. Nice one!

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  5. And sometimes not so easily kept.

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  6. In these matters the architect sees the vision and the observer, the dream! 🙂

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  7. Damn, keep the words flowing . . .

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  8. Brilliantly fresh take on the topic of what beauty really means.

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  9. A very wise young woman to understand and value her inner architecture.

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  10. lync56

    Beautiful

    >

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  11. A beautiful wonder… men are obviously included. ☕️😎☕️

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  12. Reblogged this on Megha's World and commented:
    True beauty in a woman is reflected in her soul.” Audrey Hepburn

    Beautiful poem by Paul

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  13. So well conveyed, Paul. Appreciate Inner Architecture very much.

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