Slanted Days – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

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“Time is an illusion.” Albert Einstein

Slanted Days

Some days time goes slant,
doing its own most peculiar thing,
upending the laws of physics,
placing me parallel unseen where,
somedays I am beside myself
dancing demented under a
lathering, metronomic pulse,
while there are other days, where
I am warped down in a distorted
sound yawn, like swimming in
hypnosis, a treacled meditation,
wandering me along my way,
some days are just slanted.

Β©Paul Vincent Cannon

31 Comments

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31 responses to “Slanted Days – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. Oh, yes, the timelines are getting mighty wobbly!

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  2. Swimming in hypnosis sounds about right😏

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  3. Like it! Slanted is a good word.

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  4. I know whereof you speak. Your poem captures it well.

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  5. Strange! how time remains the same, constant and tame while everything else change, from people and ideas to nations and all civilizations return to dust in time’s unending thrust.

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  6. I like that outlook… slanted days.

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  8. Slanted days in a lopsided world. We must brace ourselves and hang on!

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  9. Captures an every-day but profound truth.

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  10. slanted days have been our new normal so no wonder wer are swimming in a pool of hypnosis.
    great poem.. ❀️

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  11. Indeed, time is so abstract. “Swimming in Hypnosis,” as other comments have noted, does capture its essence. I awaken periodically to note that 10, then 20, then 50 years have passed. And what can one hold in one’s hand for all those years gone?

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