Since And Again – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

At dVerse Laura is hosting Meeting the Bar with an invitation to choose one of five lines and to invert the line to vertical making each word the beginning of a line for a new poem.

The line I have chosen is “Since there’s no help, come let us kiss and part.” from ‘Idea 61’ by Michael Drayton.

dVerse Poets – MTB – Vertical Lines of kisses

“I never want to stop making memories with you.” Pierre Jeanty

Since And Again

Since the first time
there's been no holding back,
no sense of moderation,
help me in my distress,
come, hold me closer, tighter,
let us retire to best of
us in every possible way,
kiss me now with thick passion,
and again, again,
part from me never.


Copyright 2022 ©Paul Vincent Cannon
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36 responses to “Since And Again – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. Well done. I’m off to try my hand at it.

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  2. Love this ☺️

    Sent from my iPhone

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  3. Like your response to the prompt. Well done.

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  4. Enjoyed the enjambment, wonderful flow in this plea for love.

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  5. Verg fitting to the theme and you rocked the prompt 👍

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  6. Rob Kistner

    This was a touching romantic write Paul — excellent my friend! 👍🏼🙂✌🏼❤️

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  7. “Retire to the best of us in every possible way” ❤

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  8. Such a powerful fantasy, Paul. Only the truly blessed are gifted with such eternal embrace.

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  9. a lovely tight formation to your poem that reflects the holding – ‘thick passion’ is unique and speaks volumes

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  10. love the romance in the prompt well done Paul!
    💖

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  11. You did so well in capturing that urge of passion.

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  12. Awww, very heart touching, with a happy ending. xx Michael

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  13. Sigh! This is so passionate, Paul.

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