Jonathan ROBIN

Freshman - 544 Points (22 September / London)

Path To Fresh Pastures - Poem by Jonathan ROBIN

Time and 'Chance' have combined to undo
Intense events bred bending flame
Through causal links threading into
Unexpected departure - Time's claim
Signals null and void all the past drew-
Tread turning one head its aim.

That regrets should cascade feelings blue
Is too sad, what begun with acclaim
To tangent spins onward to view
Unexpected alternative frame
Showing path to fresh pastures, take cue
Totally independent of blame.

The future shows rainbows, glows too,
Indicating new way, may proclaim
Tale trailblazing amazing and true,
Unhindered, life never the same.
Scarlets, greens of harmonious hue
Touching strange, exchange change for life's game.

Those who soul-song soft-strong would pursue
In new race found profound, to reclaim
Time lost at a cost paid by few.
Universal encouragements name
Success Time shall never subdue,
Trace team winning through twinning dreams new.

Thus hope flows, scope's arrow flies true,
Inhibiting obstacles lame
Transform to spark lighting dark through
Uncertainty, troubles may tame.
Song burns bright, to light turns, earned by few,
Triumphant tomorrows proclaim.

Tide turns, finger beckons, renew
Idylls ideal and rich which inflame
Those energies longing to brew
Unlimited open refrain -
Spreading positive thoughts in its train
To cares solve, doubts dissolve, what a coup!

Termination: rebirth should ensue,
Invitation to stimulate brain
Tingling heart for fresh start, gladness grew
Uniquely entrancing, the same,
Shall expand new found land to review
Theme inspired, gleam seems fired, so Adieu!

Topic(s) of this poem: time

Poet's Notes about The Poem

(18 December 1997 version 17 July 2008)

Comments about Path To Fresh Pastures by Jonathan ROBIN

  • Brian Jani (5/13/2014 12:14:00 PM)

    Jonathan Amazing poetic skills here (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 6, 2012

Poem Edited: Tuesday, May 13, 2014

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