Jonathan ROBIN

Freshman - 521 Points (22 September / London)

Fairies' Glitter - 1385 - Current Version - Poem by Jonathan ROBIN

May fairies glitter in my eyes? From you they're sent 'tis no surprise,
Advance beyond all present plight, together share wide world's delight.
Untrammelled in the stilly night imagination's wings find flight,
Draw fairy glitter in my eyes to returning bright sunrise
Each 'twenty-four' fulfilled as one - the fairies' task is never done!
Change spins earth's orbit through skies bright encouraging selfless insight.

Muse fairy's glitter represents tenderness where each assents,
All's well, soft bell each heart sustains through each, to, from, to ease all pains,
Unites with sender to retain joy's quintessential which remains.
Dream fairies' glitter filters sense, dispersing day's incompetence,
Effacing care and worries, - one from two may spring, from struggles, fun
Complement can recompense, new destiny spans 'whither' 'whence'.

Magic fairy glitter tries exiles fuss, cuss, angst, disguise,
A glowing halo somehow might send mending rays of 'serenite',
Unveil divinest Aphrodite, contaminated world heal quite.
Dawn fireflies sent from eastern skies enable us to realize
Enchanted future, two as one, athough time flies, supplies finespun
Charm free from harm, hope certifies hearts chart osmosis everywise.

Much fairy glitter signifies serenity which multiplies
As joy's refrains destroy past chains, complaints, restraints, while weather vanes
Undraw soul's blinds stem mind's brain drains, open transparent window panes
Defeating darkness, heartfelt sighs. Such sparkle here personifies
Enduring happiness begun the day two met, foresaw wars won.
Concluding stanza, touching, tries, to show all she exemplifies.

(4 January 2009)

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 15, 2012



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