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Dancing in the Darkness

Poetry By: aruntp

This is a poem symbolizing how our psyche displaces our tendencies in the plane of darkness and loneliness. The basic law is energy produced should be displaced in some manner. Here in this poem the lady definitely wants to dance nude, she was searching for an occasion to do it. But the eyes in the bright lights see differently. But she done it once a while where everyone sleeps, even when the moon was on the other side….

Submitted:Feb 27, 2010    Reads: 86    Comments: 3    Likes: 3   

Waves of Darkness gripped the Sky;
Vanishing the earth and water;
Sounds and glittering eyes only ruled;
Like a chain of rivers from the mountain.
Once she loved to dance nude;
But never she done with shyness;
Terrified by the eyes of lust;
She never had done a dance in the past.
Peeping through the window;
She saw nothing, even the moon;
Snakes may be there, sometimes;
She never feared of it.
Heard the music of wolfs and foxes;
Hyenas and Lions roam all along;
Bats where plenty over the sky;
Mosquitoes where singing.
Undressed in a while;
Rushed to the open land;
Where the grass was cold with mist;
Air was chilled, peeping through skin.
Dancing nude in open land;
Steps kept with rhythmic sounds of nature;
Melody of breath, echoed the sky;
Dancing body, sweat with fast rhythmic steps.
Dancing in the Darkness;
The eyes of lust where blind;
Never fallen in love either;
She had done a great dance for mother earth.


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