Are There? a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

At dVerse Grace is hosting Open Link Night, the night we choose a poem.

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“My scars remind me that I did indeed survive my deepest wounds.”

Are There?

Are there any monographs that redefine
the necessity of resisting the noise that
always seems to consume our minds,
confusing interpretations with facts,
a rupture of feelings that are always there,
the rhetorical intrusion like a stark winter
skyline which we know is the wound we carry?

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17 responses to “Are There? a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. I doubt there are any such monographs!

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  2. The mind is a funny thing, as it mixes memories with imagination and sometimes it is hard to tell what is real.

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  3. I believe that we always carry deep inside our deepest wounds. Thanks for joining in. Have a good weekend.

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  4. I agree with Liz’s comment. Thanks for sharing, Paul! Enjoy a beautiful weekend! xx Michael

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  5. And it is usually the drama that is capitalized upon!

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  6. lync56

    What a deep and profound poem – I love it


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