Beyond – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

Photo: Looking east, out over the Blackwood River at a glorious dawn.

“What is the good of your stars and trees, your sunrise and the wind, if they do not enter into our daily lives?” E.M. Forster

Beyond

Sometimes words cannot speak,
and only sounds unformed will
come, followed by a silence that
speaks loudly through the eyes of
something beyond the constraints
of beauty, pointing past the moment,
to beyond the veil of time, to life in
all its fragility reaching out to us
with an ecstasy of awe.

Copyright 2021 ©Paul Vincent Cannon
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43 responses to “Beyond – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. A truly awe filled sunrise. Appreciating the beauty is key, it is so quickly faded

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  2. Moment piece 🌱 , eco

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  3. Inspiring post, Paul. Particularly like “…life in all its fragility reaching out to us with an ecstasy of awe.” ❤ Have a great day!

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  4. ‘ Cherishing ‘!

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  5. Very inspiring, Paul! Thank you for sharing, and excuse my delay. Have a beautiful weekend! xx Michael

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  6. What a joyful tribute to the dawn! Just reading it filled me with joy.

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  7. Your words speak for the image Paul. Lovely poem.

    Like

  8. Sunrises are beautiful! I am always grateful when I see one. Your words are beautiful, too.😻

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  9. What a gorgeous view, suitably alluded to in your poem.

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  10. the echo of silence are my favorite where no words can be written💖

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  11. It’s truly beautiful

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  12. lync56

    Another beautiful poem

    >

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