Jonathan ROBIN

Rookie - 133 Points (22 September / London)

Jonathan ROBIN Poems

241. Bottled Message 6/5/2013
242. Brackets 9/12/2013
243. Brahma – Spin Bowl After Andrew Land, Ralph Waldo Emerson Et Al 10/11/2008
244. Brahma Ii Truth On Logic Seldom Grows After Ralph Waldo Emerson Brahma 7/23/2013
245. Brahma Iii 7/23/2013
246. Brahma Iv Eternal Question 8/28/2013
247. Brahma Version 1 9/4/2013
248. Brahma Version 2 9/4/2013
249. Brahma Winks 12/21/2006
250. Break Break Break 10/23/2006
251. Break Free! - Have A Ball! 11/19/2006
252. Break Out 3/30/2012
253. Bridge Of Sighs Cut Down To Size 9/10/2013
254. Bridge Over Troubled Waters After Christopher Marlowe Come Live With Me And Be My Love 7/20/2013
255. Bridgework As Artist Poet 8/26/2013
256. Bridging Troubled Waters 7/20/2013
257. Bright Buckets 10/16/2006
258. Bright Eyes Gleam 11/25/2006
259. Brighter World 6/15/2012
260. British Library Reflections 10/23/2006
261. British Library Reflections - Fosse Commune - Communal Grave 5/31/2013
262. Brown Study From The Lowlands 7/1/2008
263. Bubble Blink - 1013 4/27/2012
264. Bubble Bray - 0822 - Current Version 4/19/2012
265. Bud Free - Anagram Acrostic 3/23/2009
266. Buffer Brain 9/28/2013
267. Bugs And Blunder - Rugs Pulled Under 4/24/2011
268. Burnt Fingers 7/22/2013
269. Busy Bees - Current Version 3/16/2012
270. Butterfly - Acrostic Translation Alphonse De Lamartine – Le Papillon 10/11/2008
271. Butterfly The Stars - Carpe Diem 7/9/2013
272. Buzz Words 8/8/2013
273. C Pain Panic 4/28/2012
274. C[l]over Girl After Emily Dickinson - To Make A Prairie It Takes A Clover 11/1/2008
275. Calculations Fail 7/18/2007
276. Can Colour Claim To Read Between The Lines? 9/10/2013
277. Can Colour Claim To Read Between The Lines? - 0732 - Initial Version 4/15/2012
278. Can Crime Pay? 7/8/2013
279. Can Haiku Be Written In Seventeen Syllables Or Less? 7/12/2013
280. Can The Worm From The Bud Sudden Vanish? - Parody Algernon Swinburne - Dolores 8/5/2006
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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