Sighing – a poem in pleiades form by Paul Vincent Cannon

At dVerse, Laura is hosting Poetics with an invitation to the Pleiades Form – seven lines of seven syllables, each line beginning with the first letter of the title which must be one word. dVerse Poets – Poetics – Stars That Count

Image: wallpapercave.com – Pleiades

“The Pleiades are there winking at me.” Ted Simon

Sighing

Seven being perfection,
spiritual without doubt,
sisters floating like lovers
sighing eternal yearns
stargazing dreams like voyeurs,
star dusting talis dreams of
spacious, luscious liminance.

©Paul Vincent Cannon

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39 responses to “Sighing – a poem in pleiades form by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. Please follow me and like my post, my blog Mobile Tech News

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  2. sensational with all those s sounds and dreamy luminescence
    “sighing eternal yearns
    stargazing dreams like voyeurs”

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  3. Lovely photo and poem. I remember as a child my father showing me this constellation. Stay safe and be happy, Strider! ❤

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  4. This sings for me… heavenly seven

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  5. great . better than my try. mine was not good enough to make it to my blog

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  6. A perfect dreamy poem for a starry, starry night. (Sighing in a good way.)

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  7. This was an engaging piece Paul I enjoyed it.

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  8. Your Pleiad sparkles with sibilance, Paul!

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  9. So well done, Paul. Like others, I love the susurration of your stars.

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  10. Oooh I love it.. I just tried one and will post sometime soon! ❤️

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  11. Its showing positive eternity. Michael

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  12. Charis Counselling

    Well done – always amazed at what you can do with words

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