Jonathan ROBIN

Rookie - 133 Points (22 September / London)

Jonathan ROBIN Poems

161. Unbiased Overview 7/20/2013
162. Un...Contest...Ed It I On Limerick 2/16/2012
163. Ukraine - Acrostic Sonnet 10/23/2006
164. Ugly Urban Injustice 3/1/2012
165. Ubiquity Ii 8/5/2006
166. Ubiquity - Sonnet 8/5/2006
167. Tyger's Eye - After William Blake 6/27/2008
168. Two Sides Of Won Coin Responsum To Marion K Maa 8/30/2013
169. Two Decades Pass 12/6/2012
170. Two At Last Twin Win 5/13/2008
171. Tune Out From Time After Francis Thompson Envoy 6/14/2013
172. Tune In Thought 7/15/2013
173. Truth And Fiction 10/14/2006
174. Truth – The Will To Know 9/10/2013
175. Trust 2/10/2007
176. True Poet Knows No Comfort Zone 8/30/2013
177. Troubadour À Muse 2/8/2007
178. Triumph Of Hope Over Experience Ii 7/7/2013
179. Triumph Of Hope Over Experience 11/15/2006
180. Tristitiae Bis Repetita After Oscar Wilde Tristitiae 7/5/2013
181. Triptych Stitch Trip Ii 2/27/2010
182. Triptych Stitch Trip 2/27/2010
183. Triptych Stitch Sandwich Trip Tip 2/27/2010
184. Triptych Stitch Trip Iii 2/27/2010
185. Triple Riddle 10/14/2006
186. Triple Despair - Response To Beth St. Clair Summer Storm 7/14/2009
187. Triomphe De La Mort French Translation William Shakespeare Sonnet Lxxi 7/21/2013
188. Tree-Son 10/14/2006
189. Tree's Ring Recorded Symphony 4/23/2008
190. Tree's Frogs After Alfred Joyce Kilmer Trees 12/28/2013
191. Tree's Frog - Parody Joyce Kilmer 8/5/2006
192. Trap Tracks 10/27/2006
193. Transposing Hopes, Desire Distorts The Sight 8/28/2013
194. Transparent 6/5/2013
195. Translations Sonnets Pour Hélène Pierre De Ronsard - True Love Is Absolute 2/3/2009
196. Translations Sonnets Pour Hélène Pierre De Ronsard - Taking Leave 2/3/2009
197. Translations Sonnets Pour Hélène Pierre De Ronsard - She’s Winter Everywhere 2/3/2009
198. Translations Sonnets Pour Hélène Pierre De Ronsard - Lovesick 2/3/2009
199. Translations Sonnets Pour Hélène Pierre De Ronsard - Love Holds The Key 2/3/2009
200. Translations Sonnets Pour Hélène Pierre De Ronsard - I See A Thousand Beauties 2/3/2009
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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Dust To Dust

Dust to dust, ashes to ashes,
Lush rush, ambition flush: soon crash is
finality all limb and fin
experience before waste bin
trashes mortal mirage dashes,
race traceless sinking saint and sin.

Boom to bust, to tomb from Ashes
is call all know as forty lashes

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