Jonathan ROBIN (22 September / London)
A To Z Ambre Alice Double Best
Art Alice, Ambre, amuse Alexis'll attest,
Axel attentive, allegresse.
Beads, burst balloons, boats, sand beach best,
Bath bubbles, birthday double blessed.
Chimps, chips, choosing treasure chest,
Computers, chums, Cannes, Camille, chess.
Dogs, dance dreams, dolls divinely dressed,
Distractions daily, daintiness.
Denying dread, despair distress,
Defeating dour duds, dress dirtiness
Excitement, Eden, Everest,
Enchantment ever effortless
Evolving energy, endless.
Fortune cookies, fancy dress,
Fairy-tales, friends, festiveness,
Fontaine's Fables, funniness.
Grandma, Grandpa, greeting guests,
Green gardens, gold rings, games to guess.
Gold Moon transformed despite protest.
Hands holding hands in happiness,
Harmony, hopes, healthiness.
Imagination if impressed,
Interplay, ideas id est.
Intuitive idyll, Iris.
Jumping-Jacks, jokes, jolly jest,
Kittens, knowledge rhyme contest,
Love, lollipops, life's loveliness
Learning, delight, light, more not less!
Maude mummy, music, making mess,
Much merriment mocking minds mindless.
Nice, nature, monster of loch Ness,
Names Ambre and Alice nonetheless,
Opportunity and openness.
Pantomimes, pranks, playing pest
Parties, puppies' playfulness,
Pageants, pastels, prettiness,
Questions and rewarded quests,
Quibbling and some quietness.
Rings, rewards, rise late, late rest,
Sweets, super surprises, supper, success
Scorpio, swimming, soft sunsets.
Thoughtful twins' treats, tenderness,
Temptations, teddies, trips, hair untressed.
Understanding upends unrest
Unity and usefulness,
Vines, violins, violet velvet vest,
Virtue, virtual visuals, vibrant nest.
Wishing-well, T.V., wild west.
Winning, wonder, willfulness.
Yes to all yearned Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes!
Zigzag zoo visit's zany zest.
A to Z Ambre Alice double best
(11 May 2013)
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