Jonathan ROBIN

(22 September / London)

Lithe Dame's Birthday Toast - Terri Turrell


The birthday here, toast Terri's heart strings true!
E'er in verse fit free style we'd list, real kind
None threads skain enchanting, seam none unwind,
Deed rare, for heed, dig deep dear, here dream's due.
A dame lithe may read, treasure marriage cue.
Now parts hid new I name, rich link is neat designed
In zeal is laid, chained. This, a nodal find,
Covert, is meshed, scored, gist tight tucked into
Each true hope aired, shared here, tunes sung for two.
His pen rules. Read. Heaven's clear art has signed.
Eye, dear fair, he spell'd glamour. Here entwined,
Annulled dread, as announced, fear, alarms, through.
Reward: lines near revealing winner right,
To show life's doubts dissolve, idyll true, bright.

Submitted: Sunday, July 28, 2013
Edited: Monday, July 29, 2013

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

Acrostic palimpsests
Tend a nice heart 3 times vertical
His hand her hand twice vertical
Terri L Turrell twice vertical
Tender is her heart 4 times diagonal

(8 March 2010)

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