With Moon – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

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“A dreamer is one who can only find their (his, sic) way by moonlight ….” Oscar Wilde

With Moon 

I was over dressed in thought as I 
meandered the joys of my uneven
shoreline, with moon on my shoulder,
unspoken for a time until the
water beckoned across the warm 
expanse and I waded out into the
cool sublime and swam my emotions
in the calm where moon undressed my 
thoughts and swam with me.

©Paul Vincent Cannon

23 Comments

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23 responses to “With Moon – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. How I would love to wade out into the cool sublime . . .

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  2. I am sure 🌜 Moon 🌛 loves 😍 you.
    And you make us 💛 fall 💛 a little more for the 🌜 Moon 🌛.

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  3. This is cool. “Undressed my thoughts!”

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  4. Very beautiful way to think this way ❤

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  5. How fabulous this sounds…

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  6. Thats great with the “overdressed in thought”, and the moon is undressing, bringing one back to the essentials.

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  7. Charis Counselling

    Wow this is a sensational poem – absolutely love it

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