Jonathan ROBIN

Freshman - 521 Points (22 September / London)

Fledgling Arisen After Wanda Lea Brayton Fledglings Have Fallen - Poem by Jonathan ROBIN

Fledgling's wings flutter for first flight
nascent sing-song stutters, sight
set on branch which from branch will lead
to pace race search for space with speed.

In place of premature demise
adventure calls from welcome skies,
fate fortunate sees risks recede,
no hobbled haemoglobin bleed.

Storms scents warn to prevent surprise
as keen preened instincts swift surmise
that nestling's boughs, like river reed
bend, balm awaiting, prudent creed.

Instinctive trust in branch, bough, lies
within to win that life supplies
as evolution helps succeed
the fittest Nature guaranteed.

Far from black hole of Death's dark night
forefathers flew, found expedite
ways to evolve, and safe proceed
from perils to fair future freed.

Poet's Notes about The Poem

(11 January 2010)

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, July 21, 2013

Poem Edited: Monday, July 22, 2013

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