All In A Moment – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

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“The wind whispered secrets in its own incomprehensible way.”  Tracy Rees

All In A Moment

I noticed the way
the wind whipped across the paddock,
barley dancing playfully,
swaying this way and that,
at once catching the light,
now becoming shadows,
swirling, bowing, rising
to the applause of the stringybark
and squeaked approval of mudlarks,
all in a moment,
as if just for me.

©Paul Vincent Cannon

Paul, pvcann.com

30 Comments

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30 responses to “All In A Moment – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. Immaterial

    Yes, I love those open field moments. The applause of the birds is something that caught my ear here.

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  2. Lovely, I felt like I was there!

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  3. Who is to say it wasn’t. Beautiful.

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  4. I love those rare occasions when it happens just that way. Another 20 seconds and the scene would have been gone, never to have been seen by me. Yesterday, i just happened to glance out the window at the birdies feeding and noticed that one didn’t look quite right. Turns out it was a squirrel come to share their feed. A half minute later he was gone. So lucky I glanced out when I did!

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  5. If only we stop by, such moments are aplenty! Beautiful, Paul.

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  6. The bird life is just like that. Love your writing.

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  7. Teacher Camille

    These are the moments we almost forget we were always wishing for. ❤ Love the way you put it into words.

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  8. Nature gives without demanding.

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  9. AnuRag

    Beautiful!!!

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  10. Beautifully Captured by your pen Paul! 🌾🌾🌾
    😃

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  11. Amy

    Very beautifully expressed, Paul.

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  12. lync56

    Once again you transported me to a field and created the feelings and emotions with words

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