Jonathan ROBIN

(22 September / London)

Beyond The Ken


Kindness, yes, beyond the ken of most,
Is there to share yet care would ever take
So none may suffer through unsought mistake,
So none may rough her, too, unthoughtful boast.
Intense, with sense beyond, where others coast
New speed she needs to feed the inner lake
Grow flow to sow a future where partake
Each found in each, with shared respect foremost
Reciprocated, free voice, choice to post.
Immense the overview who'd senses slake
Song true to find, though mind defenses make
ERrors at times, the tears the Past did host.
In true emancipation of the whole
She'll find the parts to fit completed soul.

Submitted: Thursday, June 20, 2013
Edited: Thursday, June 20, 2013

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(11 April 2005)

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