Curiosity – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

“A prudent question is one-half of wisdom.” Francis Bacon

Curiosity

Asking questions,
that's the way to go,
to be curious
about everything,
knowing nothing,
waiting for beginnings
rather than endings,
never certain of those 
who claim truths as 
self-evident, as if the
tooth-fairy was real,
with expectation that 
we would follow suit,
like lemmings over a
cliff of credulity,
never, I say,
let go of being curious.


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21 Comments

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21 responses to “Curiosity – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. Always good to be curious and skeptical.

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  2. Agreed!

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  3. welcome to novels around the world hope you like the blog

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  4. I’m holding onto my curiosity for dear life!

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  5. No problem here. I’m always wondering about something.

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  6. Curiosity is a hopeful disposition that leads to many new doors.

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  7. more questions than answers from caring souls.💖

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