Treasure Island

Jonathan ROBIN

(22 September / London)

Two at last Twin Win

Time's sickle hooked life's fickle flow
While trickle seeped through lonely plain
Of trials and tribulations, wane
As climate change unrhymed with glow.
The season's reasons we'd not know
Lovelorn lingering, hope's pane
Alas tight locked - block clocked sharp pain.
Seminal happiness remained 'no show'.
Then, unforeseen, see cupid's bow
Tired vertigo's free-fall refrain
With soaring soul replace! Again
Is life transformed, may undergo
New metamorphosis to find
WIN/win exchange, scales fall from blind!

(c) Jonathan Robin - robi3_1744_robi3_0000 ASX_LZX 14 May 2008

Submitted: Tuesday, May 13, 2008
Edited: Friday, May 15, 2009

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