Gratia Participo – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

dVerse Poets – Open Link Night – Thankfulness

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“Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow.”

Gratia Participo

Moments inhabit our togetheredness
all that has gone before of
memory skin
familiar senses
looking deeply into soul
where a certain light shines,
a resonance, reflection,
knowing the other,
moving,
never captive to yesterday,
emerging,
ever thankful
for the new day.

©Paul Vincent Cannon

 

Note: see how the Latin carries the purity of thankfulness as a verb form, it is something that we do.

Paul, pvcann.com

23 Comments

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23 responses to “Gratia Participo – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. The way to light

    Great poem..

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  2. I like the idea that each new day is emergent thankfulness.

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  3. Wise, holistic philosophy, Paul.

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  4. I wonder how much this affirmative really works… I do believe in gratitude, but sometimes we need to curse the world just a little bit … 🙂

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  5. Well done Paul! Love Latin,even the last years it became strange to me. Hope you have a enjoyable weekend! Best wishes, Michael

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  6. I adore this post! My husband and I will celebrate 50 years of marriage in February….. this post carries much meaning!

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  7. So true. The awareness of being thankful towards life and it’s moments always brings peace and tranquility to the soul.Beautiful words.

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