Jonathan ROBIN

(22 September / London)

Heart Together - He Art To Get Her

Subject and object dream seem same
as bottom top as top world spins,
to unzip seam, unseemly grin
stems from frown moral, looks down blame,
two sides of one coin wild and tame
are flood and flame, both went and came
while loss prepares for future wins,
who heaven needs whose freed from sins?

HEART TOGETHER hides behind
HE ART TO GET HER in man's mind,
while she, eternal complement
gives him short shrift with compliment,
for heart and mind together bound
ignores left chamber beating right
while right, unbeaten left behind
can't countenance, and sees the light
when yin and yang duality
dance chance advance providing the
means to surmount dichotomy
and compensate for daily grind
with heartfelt warmth till clocks unwind
and all recycled, day turns night.

(21 May 2013)

Submitted: Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, May 21, 2013

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