Treasure Island

Jonathan ROBIN

(22 September / London)

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PHRASE BY GILDED PHRASE


Welcome beams' streams weight true words in ways
A ll others only dream of imitating.
N one turn prose to free verse impersonating
D epth and scope of Night Hope's interplays
A s pleasure treasured fills each page, lights days,
L inks leisure to unmeasured selfless stating
E ternal truths through voice for choice all waiting
A dmire as choir unanimous relays
B right softness, sets scene for serene screen blaze.
R eflections simple, not simplistic, sating,
A lways gentle, unique style relating
Y ears, tears, or longings ph[r]ase by gilded ph[r]ase.
T he appetite awaits more verse uncloyed,
ON white wings, unabating, overjoyed.


14 August 2007
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Phrase by Gilded Phrase poem (c) Jonathan Robin

Submitted: Friday, February 13, 2009
Edited: Sunday, February 28, 2010

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