Jonathan ROBIN

Rookie - 191 Points (22 September / London)

Jonathan ROBIN Poems

201. Bell's Palsy Xii - On Dort 10/3/2013
202. Bell's Palsy Xiii - Virus, Virus After Jane Taylor Twinkle, Twinkle And William Blake Tyger 7/7/2013
203. Bell's Palsy Xiv - Dew Diligence 10/3/2013
204. Bell's Palsy Xix - Moving Finger Writes 1/19/2009
205. Bell's Palsy Xv - Dissymmetry 10/3/2013
206. Bell's Palsy Xvi - To Test Frontiers 10/3/2013
207. Bell's Palsy Xvii - Temptations 10/3/2013
208. Bell's Palsy Xviii - Fragility 1/19/2009
209. Bell's Palsy Xx - Infinite Designs 10/3/2013
210. Bell's Palsy Xxi - Lopsided 10/3/2013
211. Bell's Palsy Xxii – Match Met 10/3/2013
212. Bell's Palsy Xxiii – Ta[l]king For Granted 10/3/2013
213. Belonging 8/30/2013
214. Belonging At Last 11/18/2006
215. Bernanke's Fiscal Cliff Hanky-Panky 7/4/2013
216. Best Fruit Salad 7/9/2013
217. Betray Us Petraeus 8/26/2013
218. Between Dark Past And Future Flight 5/17/2013
219. Between Life's Smiles 10/14/2013
220. Between The Times 12/13/2006
221. Beware Of False Bottoms 6/10/2013
222. Beyond Beyond 7/16/2008
223. Beyond Straitjackets 4/3/2012
224. Beyond The Ken 6/20/2013
225. Beyond The Tears 6/1/2013
226. Big Bang Jest Gest Second Guessed 7/7/2013
227. Binge Drinking Cub In Pub Drubs Dreams Run Rare After Yeats When You Are Old, Itself After Ronsard 9/28/2013
228. Birthday Letter For Lucinda 12/2/2006
229. Birthday Mark Wrobel 9/14/2013
230. Birthday Request Sonnet 10/16/2013
231. Bitter-Sweet 3/14/2012
232. Black Riders Outridden 1/19/2014
233. Black Tie Affairs - Behind The Veil Of Edwardian Silks And Sherry 8/28/2013
234. Bliss Beams Light 2/16/2012
235. Blood Flood 8/31/2013
236. Blossom Blessings 5/20/2013
237. Blowing In The Wind 9/3/2013
238. Blue Blood Hiss Hit And Miss Story Buckling Under - In For A Penny Out For A Pound Ding Bat 7/17/2013
239. Blue, Brown And Gold 12/22/2006
240. Boris Hugged Me - Parody James Leigh-Hunt – Jenny Kissed Me 10/29/2006
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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