Treasure Island

Jonathan ROBIN

(22 September / London)

Coincidence as Catalyst


Coincidence as catalyst
spins through and into karmic dance
evolving patterns; ambiance
calls bluff, wins all, masks fall, dismissed.

Space indispensable, whose gist
beyond tears, frontiers, finds romance,
blocks vanquished, all locks eyed askance.
Flout doubts, false fears that dare persist!

Consciousness disperses mist,
encourages, as, at a glance,
fresh vistas thread entente’s advance,
discover no need to resist.

Empathy, by Chance is kissed,
neither through insouciance
nor focus, finding renaissance
spurred as joys enhance minds’ tryst.

Osmosis, ever optimist,
though 'Know thyself', mind fer de lance
incisive, spurns pale nonchalance,
expands as ego's blocks desist.

Tuned melody mocks egotist,
overcomes locks yearns to rise
exploring daily fresh surprise
emotions: Chance as catalyst.

Submitted: Monday, September 09, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 10, 2013

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(30 June 1995 revised 5 October 2005 and 5 November 2008)

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