Jonathan ROBIN (22 September / London)
Rage reigned unreined, exploded, insane fire-bright ball.
Aggravation sheered synapses in unbridled spew,
Grating, springing nerve defences too.
Eviscerated system, unprepared, sharp blowtorch scorch must doubly fall,
Regrets replete, little leeway left on call to cushion harm, calm recall.
Anger, as prompter's cue triggers terra volt terror bolt jolt from out the blue
Gasping for air, grasping to regain control, cool overview,
Exasperation again explodes, codes scarlet stress ball.
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