Smilestone - Poem by Jonathan ROBIN
Some hundred sonnets celebrate new growth
‘within the scope of one revolving year’,
as Shakespeare’s spirit swears undying oath
of loyalty as peerless stanzas peer
beyond the space of time and place to leave
impressions timeless on adoring throng,
for whom this wonder world of make-believe
may overcome day’s woes, help all belong
as one within reality transformed
by Caxton’s twenty-six new order set.
Emotions flow as patterns are reformed
forgetting patter which most frameworks fret.
Most post ghost boast, - which, sent, they fade ‘fore dusk
Rose glows, shows flows, - rich scent may braid more musk…
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