Floating – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

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“When the heart speaks, the mind finds it indecent to object.” Milan Kundera

Floating

I'm so light,
effortlessly, peacefully floating,
letting my feelings surface,
holding my thoughts,
entertaining possibilities,
buying nothing,
allowing nothing to form me,
needing no permissions,
unconstrained, weightless,
so delicious to hold the key
that is a life-giving secret,
to share it now would undo
its energy and hold the dream
captive that needs to be free.

©Paul Vincent Cannon

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28 responses to “Floating – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. congrats, well done you!

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  2. lync56

    Glad to be taking this journey with you – love the way you have captured it in your poetry

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  3. I love this feeling you capture of floating!

    Liked by 1 person

  4. I am thinking about Wendy in Peter Pan now.

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  5. Sometimes when I meditate I think of myself floating in water 🙂 This poem goes perfectly with that and so I felt very relaxed reading it! 🙂

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  6. Such an uplifting poem (literally!). *sharing*

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  7. Love it very much. Especially the sentence “buying nothing,
    allowing nothing to form me”. Real freedom. Michael

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  8. Your words have lifted a weight off and leaving me to feel free.

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  9. This type of floating is not easy. How much have you practiced 🙂

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