Jonathan ROBIN

(22 September / London)

Completion


Most may please, if so they choose, but few
Contentment offer, metamorphosis
magic which transmutes mute souls to this
mystical completion born anew,
that's here compared to those, self-stifled, who
leave take, stake claim, Miss aim as synthesis,
link personnified, as if a kiss
importunate could perfume airs tone-true.
Perchance the dance might more advance, yet you
should challenge make, offense take, take amiss,
jeer state_meant as hyperbole or miss
embedded muse, misinterpret it, off cue.
NIRVANA spells RAN VAIN should thoughts unsaid
No outlet find, should mind remain unread.

Submitted: Wednesday, October 16, 2013
Edited: Thursday, October 24, 2013

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(25 April 1996)

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