I Ran Too – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

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“I watched the seagulls, I thought, that’s the road to take.” Nikos Kazantzakis

I Ran Too

I was lost in this day,
it all moved so beautifully,
to breathe,
to see,
feel it all,
first the tree then
the waters edge
where the joggers ran past,
running and running,
until they took feather,
soaring over the glistening water,
and I ran too.

Copyright 2022 ©Paul Vincent  Cannon
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13 responses to “I Ran Too – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. Ahh, I love this poem, to run and take feather, yes!!

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  2. It is so nice when we can feel it all. Well written.

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  3. Beautiful poem!
    Kazantzakis was a man ahead of his time, eh?
    Much love to you 🙏

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  5. lync56

    I love the play with words in this poem – beautiful


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