Jonathan ROBIN

(22 September / London)

Mystery's Mirror Rhyme


Mirror's muse reflects
as mirror recollects
on mirror which reflects
upon mirror which reflects
upon mystery of light.

Mirror thus protects
mirror which projects
reflection which reflects
on mirror which expects
historical insight.

Mirror interjects
texts, textures and contexts
which chance elects, selects
then checks and double checks
for infinite delight.

Mirror's light directs
life's mysteries, neglects
naught it interconnects
as cause links to effects
exciting to invite.

Mirror then detects
mirror which deflects
mirror which rejects
history of night
when mirror role reflects

Mirror thus connects,
collects and self respects,
perpetually perfects
externals it bedecks
with inner meanings' might.

Submitted: Saturday, October 21, 2006
Edited: Tuesday, October 26, 2010

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