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Jonathan ROBIN

(22 September / London)

Future Flowering Flows. Fiery Faith Follows From Force, Finally Florence Fancies Freedom

Future Life Of Rich Enchantment Now Channels Energy
Flowering Like One Rose, Eternal. Novel Creative Experience
Flows Liquidly Onwards, Retinting Endless Nuances, Changing Ever.
Fiery Lights Overtly Reflect, Echo Nature’s Climax, Endorsing
Faith. Letters, Ordered Rationnally, Entwine Name, Combine. Each
Follows, Leaps Over, Resistance. Exhuberance, Neatly Coloured, Extracts
From Lines Of Reason Emotions Noble. Control Enhances
Force Lightly Or Rarely, Encouraging Never Constraints Excessive.
Final Links Offer Renaissance. Each Neuron Consciously Explores
Freedom, Lifting Out Restrictions, Eliminating Noise. Closely Examined
First Levels, Once Reread, Engender New Chance Expressions.
Fancy’s Leaves Open, Revelation Enraptures. Nirvana, Culminating Ecstasy.

Submitted: Saturday, September 21, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 23, 2013

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(21 June 1995)

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