Jonathan ROBIN

(22 September / London)

Eclectic Essays Evolve


Eclectic essays evolve, expressing emotion, effectively ensuring enjoyment examined everywhere.
Controlled creative content cancels coarse, crude, cantankerous chit-chat. Chasing
Lines listless, lackadaisical, lively loquacious lilts lifting
Enthusiasm. Energy engenders empathy, extraordinary elation.
Conservative chromatic context - challenge contest’s creation -
Threads thinking tough, tender, through thoughtful triumph thesis tasting
Idyll’s ideal interprets ideas. Impressive is intense inspired imagination,
Considered cameo canvas crafting convivial conversation.

Precocious placid poet’s playful phrasing placates persnickety problem people
Offering online overture’s operatic oscillation opening onto ovation.
Entertaining exercise, ensuring extra enchanting enjoyment
May mock morose melancholy, making musical man, maid, merry.
Sound stanzas sound splendiferous, sensing serendipity
Glow, granting glee. Gentleman gently garners golden goblet, gainsays gadfly giddy gaudy gesticulation.

Submitted: Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, April 16, 2014

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(12 February 2007 revised 5 May 2013)

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