Always That Something – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

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“One is not born, but rather becomes, a woman.”  Simone de Beauvoir

Always That Something

To be close to her is to
feel the cosmos
beating in my heart
running lucy’s diamonds,
essence of fairy dust,
pockets of poppies,
nosegays of lively moves,
handfuls of shooting stars
that tingle goosebumps
in ripples of swoon,
drenched in the purple
of mountains and
the turquoise of reefs,
always that something,
to be close to her is to
have it all.

©Paul Vincent Cannon

Paul, pvcann.com

47 Comments

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47 responses to “Always That Something – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. Beautiful poem and quote by By Beauvoir!

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  2. “to be close to her is to have it all”….perfect close.

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  3. Amy

    “to be close to her is to have it all”, beautiful and so sweet.

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  4. Gorgeous and what a tribute to “her.” Reminds me of The Carpenter’s song, “Close to you,” which is one of my favorites of theirs. “On the day that you were born, the angels got together and decided to create a dream come true…” ❤

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  5. Karen and Richard Carpenter couldn’t have said it any better.

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  6. Another shivery poem. I like it very much!

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  7. Greatly enjoyed, esp Lucy’s Diamonds.

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  8. An absolutely beautiful poem,.

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  10. A wonderful poem, and a great quote too. Even her friend Sartre was in parts a very scary one. 😉 Michael

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  11. lync56

    Wow you feel all that !!

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