Jonathan ROBIN

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Dreams Drawn to Real Reel Redefining Peace for M C Poem by Jonathan ROBIN


Morn's haze through midday's blaze to twilight glaze,
All roads roam homewards where mind finds release.
Unswervingly towards one sought thoughts raise
Dreams drawn to real reel redefining peace.
Emotions' oceans swirl around our planet
Currents crisscross counter clock wise fools,
Mock pre-definitions sound, aground. None plan it
An answer found heart fans and never cools.
Underpinning all, yet all above,
Destiny spins through cause and effect
Eliminating barricades as love
Challenges presuppositions wrecked.
May phoenix rise from embers, whose glow shows
Complicity far further forwards flows.

Submitted: Saturday, September 28, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 30, 2013

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(17 June 2008)

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