Jonathan ROBIN

(22 September / London)

Magic Passion


Magic passion lifts aloft life’s song,
As love's light flexes butterfly-bright wings,
Unchains hope's scope, reclaims aims' heartfelt rings,
Dreams forward stream, finds feelings fair and strong.
Enigmas are resolved, false right, true wrong,
Curb rash rush to judgement, insight brings
On innate understanding, softly sings
Revealing fresh dimensions where “belong”
Real empathy may entertain, prolong.
Invite proactive flight free from kite strings,
Exile Time’s aggression, salve past stings,
Response sees through all torture-mirage tongs
Attains new plane where each from each learns much,
Spins sentiments meant to enhance shared touch.

Submitted: Saturday, July 27, 2013
Edited: Monday, July 29, 2013

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(18 February 2011)

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