Into The Heart – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

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Linda at dVerse has invited us to write a quadrille (44 words) using the word slip.

dVerse Poets – Quadrille – Slip

"Pit race against race, religion against religion, 
prejudice against prejudice. Divide and conquer! 
We must no let that happen here."  Eleanor Roosevelt

Into The Heart

All the world's an ideology
a race of humans never won,
we wear a mask of society,
eschew our common-unity,
too much in our ego self,
too little for the common good,
let's slip into something
more comfortable,
let's slip into the heart.

©Paul Vincent Cannon

29 Comments

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29 responses to “Into The Heart – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. Oh! I love this sentiment Paul. Yes, let’s..

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  2. A heart in tune with mine.

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  3. Just love it, Paul.

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  4. I like the last line about slipping into the heart.

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  5. I wonder why this is so hard to understand.

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  6. oh right to the pith of the matter!

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  7. “All the world’s an ideology” really gets at the heart of the matter. Ideologies are indeed masks we can hide behind.

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  8. lync56

    Yes – well said

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  9. So important and necessary. Thank you Paul!

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  10. 1000 times please. Thank you Paul

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