Before The Turning – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

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“She was like the moon – part of her was always hidden away.” Dia Reeves

Before The Turning

Spring's last reversion,
a chemise for moon
before the turning of
summer's bold tune,
an unbuttoned salute
to epicurean dulges
promenading along
our damp, warm skin,
in the misted mystery
of this omened night,
awaiting declarations
of yes, yes, along our 
avenue of sheets.

©Paul Vincent Cannon

37 Comments

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37 responses to “Before The Turning – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. A night full of promise under a delicate veil of moonlight… what a sumptuous image you conjure, Paul!

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  2. I love the moon and feel this poem captured it’s presence in the night sky perfectly 💞

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  5. The moon her cast her spell . . .

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  6. Bravo💃Love The Softness and So Beautiful😩😇

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  7. I love your use of ‘chemise’ ! Evokes a sensual image.

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  8. I love the usage of the moon in romantic context, very much. Thank you, Paul!

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  9. Charis Counselling

    I love the cleverly crafted words in this poem evolving such sensations

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