Jonathan ROBIN (22 September / London)
We Shall See Love
We shall see the blossom burst, bloom free,
Effacing past regrets and present woes,
Secure in knowing that the future flows
Henceforth in every vein and artery.
At last the time has come for you and me,
Linking lives in love that ever grows,
Like sylphs to spread new wings, for who now sows
Sends signals harvested eternally.
Enterprise the branches, Trust the tree,
Each tiny rootlet seeks the strength that shows
Life in healthy leaf, in fruit that glows:
Osmosis and complicity the key.
Values vary but validity
Enchanted shall this portrait prove to be!
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