Jonathan ROBIN

Freshman - 547 Points (22 September / London)

Dr. Who Man - 1915 - After Ogden Nash The Termite, Harry Graham Ruthless Rhymes And Hilaire Belloc Matilda - Poem by Jonathan ROBIN

Wild Rex - Tyrannosaurus - strode
cold-blooded ‘long Cretaceous road,
hot-headed kin to human child,
that's why warm-blooded man's so mild.

Each stage repeats the same deceits,
from gnash to Nash weak eats, defeats,
nosh brash, posh cash, cosh, bash, if tempted,
polite policed, write's rights pre-empted.

(9 September 2009)


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, April 10, 2012



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