Imperfectly Perfect – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

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Photo: Yellow Throated Honeyeater with young. Found at

“Where thou art, that is home.” Emily Dickinson

Imperfectly Perfect

She takes the very strands of life and
weaves them carefully to a harmonic of 
held space for everyone who arises, or 
ventures here of a warm welcome to the 
heart of the journey, enfolded in the 
energy of her love lived in collaborative
purpose, that all may one day follow her
weave, imperfectly perfect, with just a 
hint of gold thread and where there are
no locks or chains.

©Paul Vincent Cannon


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17 responses to “Imperfectly Perfect – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. That’s lovely, Paul. I marvel at every bird nest I see.

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  2. Lovely and beautiful! Thank you for sharing, Paul! Best wishes, Michael

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  3. Beautiful! Thanks for sharing, Paul!

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  4. Amy

    Very beautiful, Paul.

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  5. Thid poem reminds me of my mother.

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