Jonathan ROBIN

Rookie - 154 Points (22 September / London)

Jonathan ROBIN Poems

81. All In A Hot And Copper Sky 10/12/2006
82. Alliterative Abilities Await Accolade 1/3/2012
83. Ally Online, All Lie Online, Ali Lion Line Dream Theme 9/28/2013
84. Aloha 7/22/2013
85. Alone 2/7/2012
86. Aloof 11/18/2006
87. Alpha Through Omega On Abecedarian Infinity 8/8/2013
88. Alphabet Artistry 6/16/2007
89. Alphabetical Haiku And Senry List 1975 2007 1/2/2012
90. Alphabetical Infinity 6/4/2013
91. Alphabetical Mirrored Phantom Quest For Infinity 4/1/2012
92. Always 7/22/2013
93. Am I? 8/8/2013
94. Amazing Grace 7/16/2007
95. Amazon Jungle After Alfred Tennyson The Brook 2/8/2012
96. Ambered Amnesia 11/16/2012
97. Ambiguity Arose - After Rose Aylmer Walter Savage Landor 12/21/2006
98. Ambivalence Shed Acrostic For Ambre Mannu Aged 8 7/7/2013
99. Amphora 1/27/2013
100. An Alliterative Amorous Answer 4/24/2008
101. An Answer 6/6/2013
102. An Authentically Aware Altruist Adorns Ap As Author Artist Always A-Musing And Anathema All Argument 5/13/2013
103. An Essay On Man After Alexander Pope An Essay On Man The Riddle Of The World 8/27/2013
104. An Image Springs To Mind 10/21/2006
105. An Oily Tale After Lewis Carroll The Walrus And The Carpenter 7/22/2013
106. An Open Gate: Speak ‘friend' And Enter! 8/26/2013
107. An Opportunity Lost 8/26/2013
108. An_Thology - Acrostic Sonnet 10/14/2006
109. Anaconda 12/7/2006
110. Analysis Of Analysts 7/22/2013
111. Anchorless And Engulfed 2/9/2012
112. And I... Et In Arcadia Ego Fui - Thesis And Antithesis 12/21/2006
113. And Still Soul Sings 8/28/2013
114. And Thereon Hangs De Tail 9/16/2009
115. And Yet You Sing 9/28/2013
116. Andrew And Manijeh Wolpert 7/22/2013
117. Androcles And The Lion 10/13/2006
118. Anna Karlenko 1/12/2013
119. Anorexia Emaciation 8/27/2013
120. Another 4/3/2012
Best Poem of Jonathan ROBIN

To An Ostrich Seen From Above After Frances Cornford To A Fat Woman Seen From A Train

Why do you bury your head underground,
risking so much and so much?
O black and white ostrich with feathers all found,
why do you bury your head in the ground
while the grass is so soft and the hunter’s around
and the trigger is light on the touch?
O why do you bury your head underground,
risking so much and so much?

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Emotional Immaturity

EMOTIONAL IMMATURITY

Affection to some seems affliction
who spurn love, too turn up each tooth –
construction returns to constriction
as they burn up the promise of youth...



4 May 1979


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