Jonathan ROBIN

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Reminder à Propos to Beth St. Clair Discovery Poem by Jonathan ROBIN


Reminder à propos falls from fair lines
Enchantingly as music from the spheres,
Measures not, yet knots dissolves as ear's
Inner room reverberates, refines
Nature's pure designs, far stars aligns,
Doors unlocks as vista vision clears.
Emerging understanding perserveres,
Rich wonders links with gentleness, combines
A heart as haven, berth, with rebirth's shrine's
Pleasure treasured, lifts rifts. Life appears
Responsive to true heart, brain's reign frontiers
Overcome at last, as meeting nears.
POet here responds with sonnet song
Spontaneous to one unknown to wrong.

Submitted: Thursday, June 13, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 30, 2013

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(11 May 2008)

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