Listen To The Bush – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

Photo: Beelu National Park: a winding trail through quiet bushland.

“I can enjoy society in a room; but out of doors, Nature is company enough for me.” William Hazlitt

Listen To The Bush

It winds,
unlike a clock,
an earthly tidal in and around 
in a contemplative weave of
quietude, where we un-know 
the past and release the future 
of fear and anxiety, embracing 
an apocalyptic of warning with
understanding that comes only
from deep listening with reciprocal 
hearing that leads to action in the
most simple ways as only friends
are wont to do.

Copyright 2021 ©Paul Vincent Cannon
All Rights Reserved ®

27 Comments

Filed under bush walking, Free Verse, life, mindfulness, nature, poem, quote

27 responses to “Listen To The Bush – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. Great one! Reading the headline i really had thought you are meaning mature Bush, not nature bush. Lol 😉 Michael

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  2. Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:
    WISE BUSH-!

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  3. When the bush starts to look like it is burning, it is time to listen.

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  4. “We unknow the past and release the future.” What a beautiful way to express how nature frees us to live in the moment! ❤ Lovely poem and photo, Paul! ❤

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  5. Our New England mountains do the same for me.

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  6. I love how this matches the Bush of my imagination (having never visited one in person), but also reminds of many nearby Massachusetts landscapes.

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  8. lync56

    Another great poem and love the photo too

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