Jonathan ROBIN

Rookie - 133 Points (22 September / London)

Eager Acrostic Toujours Sa Maude


The Elves and fairies net love's song
Open locks, set fancy free,
Upon hope's wind true love prolong
Joy rhyming with eternity.
One only could fulfillment bring
Unite heart mind in symphony
Responding tenderly to sing
Serenity's identity
Apure reflection of two hearts
Made one, as reciprocity
Allows both give and take as parts
United are in harmony.
Doubt fades away, love knows no shame,
Eager two fly who once felt lame...

Responsum MC Love Words
Index Number out of Chronological Order

(29 June 2008 robi03_1381_robi03_0000 AFS_KLX)

Love Words
I had told of my love
To the leaves of a tree.
Curious they were not,
Green eyes were they only.

But my words, all, were caught
By the swift elvish wind;
It blew them in and out
Scattering and twirling.

In unexpected ways
The struggle they replaced
Falling with the caress
Of the warm breathing wind.

In my mind which kept them,
Serenity's leader main:
Now unlocked to fancy
From restraint they are free.

Now my words turned to spell
Can they Love praise and tell.

Maude CORRIERAS

Submitted: Thursday, February 09, 2012
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