Ballerina (poem)

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Submitted: December 14, 2011

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Submitted: December 14, 2011



Betwixt an atmosphere of a holy nature




By a classic serenade of Christian lullabies



Unceremoniously my body sways to the beat




For every moment that elapses


More and more I become electrified


As in the wake of your presence



A song of budding amour is evoked


Try I may to suppress this sensation,


Though upon a lie I'd asphyxiate



Please do not allow me to suffer


To languish within a plethora of


A sheer and utter coating of blindness



Darling forgive me if I impose


I avidly seek for signs of proof


To know if this is real


What would happen?

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