Jonathan ROBIN

Rookie - 143 Points (22 September / London)

Decline And Fall - Poem by Jonathan ROBIN

Deepening recession shivers sends,
Enterprise is under pressure, trade
Chilled to the marrow, barrow scrapes. Hopes fade
Like snow in Spring as unemployment's trends
Imply a further rise. The Pound descends
Near chart support lines which are badly frayed.
Executives begin to feel afraid
As belts are tightened while each firm defends
New targets where their market share extends
Despite the profit margin squeeze, price pared.
Falling homes mean fewer loans repaid,
As further credit may be at an end.
Like crickets in midsummer now we sing,
Leaves fall, small worries Winter's sure to bring.

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(4 August 1992)

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, July 20, 2013

Poem Edited: Monday, July 22, 2013


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