Forest Dance

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic

A new poem. It's about being free and celebrating that you are.

Feel the music and see the lights

Join our dancing on fine summer’s nights

Let go of fears, come and dance

Find a partner and perhaps romance

*

Come with us, under the trees

Music trills, flow over breeze

Twirling round, under the moon

One last dance for dawn comes soon

*

A crash of thunder interrupts our fun

Rain pelts down and we start to run

The trees sway against the rainy sky

As lightning flashes its fearful cry

*

In the forest, our party shifts

Our celebration of nature’s gifts

We run, until we can no more

We need a light, to fins the door

*

We will return on the morrow

For yo have seen the night we borrow

Come again, dance with me

Let for once your soul be free

*

Come with us, under the trees

Music trills, flow over breeze

Twirling round, under the moon

One last dance dawn comes soon


Submitted: September 03, 2009

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Brian W

What a beautiful carefree poem about dancing and fun. Great flow and rhyme I enjoyed it alot well written

Thu, September 3rd, 2009 9:35pm

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thanx.

Thu, September 3rd, 2009 11:50pm

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