Of Threads – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

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“Breathe and let be.” Jon Cabat-Zinn

Of Threads

The point at which the
moment disappeared
is lost to me,
all that lingers is the feeling
of threads slipping, loosing, 
releasing me into a floating
drift in a space between
where I stretched out across
the sky so lightly that the stars
passed through me as
intangible procession,
and as the last thread unwound
I found myself beyond myself, 
I found myself true.

©Paul Vincent Cannon

23 Comments

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23 responses to “Of Threads – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. Beautiful poem, Paul! I found it very relatable. 🙂 All the best! Cheryl

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  2. “the sky so lightly that the stars
    passed through me as
    intangible procession” such profound lines. Sometimes we are in such a state when nothing affect you in any manner. Suspended between the state of dream and realities, life enters a different dimension.

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  3. An experience I can only dream of . . .

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  4. Have you enjoyed Jill Bolte Taylor’s TED Talk “My Stroke of Insight”? It’ll make you amazed and happy 😊

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  5. I’m feeling lightly blown away…

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  6. It’s not easy though.

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  7. Oh yes, another great one, Paul! Thank you for sharing. Have a beautiful week! Michael

    Liked by 1 person

  8. Amy

    Love the last two lines….

    Liked by 1 person

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