Simply The Moment – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

Photo: atop Boondi Rock in the Boorabbin National Park, a great place to lose the clamour of the daily grind.

“The ability to be in the present moment is a major component of mental wellness.” Abraham Maslow

Simply The Moment

Some of today we gave to many futures,
then we fell into our living memoirs of 
triumphs past and things best forgotten,

∽ but the interlude was so glorious ∼

where we held against all polarities,
stopping time right in its dual tracks
by simply observing the moment.


Copyright 2021 ©Paul Vincent Cannon
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28 Comments

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28 responses to “Simply The Moment – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. We’re sharing a wavelength this morning, Brother!

    What Not To Do

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  2. Words to live by. Just the inspiration I need today. Thanks Paul.

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  3. Is that the infamous huge rock?

    Sent from my iPhone

    >

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  4. Each and every Moment is Precious for the Life!

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  5. No it is not the same rock and when looking them up found similar “rocks” everywhere. Quite spectacular.

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  6. “…simply observing the moment.”
    So often we spend too much precious time thinking of the future or the past, missing the gift of today’s moments.
    Your words are life-affirming and beautiful.

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  7. ahhhh such respite in your lines Paul!💖

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  8. Amy

    “…by simply observing the moment.” Thank you for the reminder, Paul.
    Well expressed.

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  9. Guilty, Paul… Even guilty of multitasking, which I don’t excel at! Wonderful poem and perspective. ❤ Don't worry, I will enjoy some downtime too! Thanks for the reminder. 🙂

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