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  185.     

We Have Danced Tango

We have danced tango in exploiting the earth
We stamp our feet as we move to explore
the whole dancing space on the stage
We only look into the gaiety in our own eyes
as we seek to declare ourselves the winner
in our mastery of the magical move of our body
We explore the mother earth, making believe
that the whole stage is ours to exploit without limit.

With the rhythm of our tango dance
we create atom bombs and other weapons
for the countless crowd
We choke the trees, plants and animals
with our inventions and chemicals
We stuff our water and air
with poison and carbon from our own hands.
We continue to dance our tango dance
claiming that the whole stage is ours.

And we dance and dance our tango dance
until music ceases to be replayed
for the mother earth announces
that our own clever dance and music
choke her to death and our tango on
the great stage cannot at all continue.
 
Elizabeth Padillo Olesen

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  186.     

~ The dancing woman ~

~ The dancing woman ~

~

You are like the shadows that hover over me,
will you ever be mine to a dancing spree,
when you walk pass my way,
I start to tremble and marvel so I pray,
will your eyes ever capture me,
so i can admire and yet to see,


You dance like no other,
so some men dont even bother,
I often wonder, when will it be my turn,
so my heart sometimes i feel it burn,
You are the woman in my dreams,
I think some men might often deem,

You are a virturous woman in your own unique dance,
when will I ever trust to enhance,
I am so feeble and weak from your look,
look it how long it took,
you dance like the uniqueness of a magical stick,
how i wish I would of been so confindent as rick,

When you dance a hive of men incline to you,
that i know your dance is so true,
You are my dancing woman of the night,
wont you look my way and consider me tonight,
You are the dancing woman.
 
Dandy leo jr.

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  187.     

I'm sending you back to your mother

I know you told me, right from the start,
you were no good, you breaker of hearts
I should have listened, boy was i dumb,
no sooner was it said, no sooner was it done

and i can't believe it, i fell for you,
the very thing that, i didn't want to do,
go back to the city, don't bother to phone,
leave me in peace, just leave me alone

so get up and dance, like there's no tomorrow
dance towards the light, dance away your sorrow
your so much better, now that she's gone
so get up and dance, even though she done you wrong

it really ain't easy, when you look this fine
i howl at the moon, i wish you were mine
but i'm not doing this, not waiting my turn
yet jealousy stings, and jealousy burns

i've been naive, i thought you were true
you let me down, and i trusted you
and all this time, you danced for another
i've had enough, i'm sending you back to your mother

so get up and dance, like there's no tomorrow
dance towards the light, dance away your sorrow
your so much better, now that she's gone
so get up and dance, even though she done you wrong.
 
Peter Strugnell

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  188.     

William Butler Yeats

To Helen Vendler

To accomplish the simplicity
Of words that learned how to dance
Without much support from a dancer
Who learned the steps of deserved living
From the vigor of his dancing mind.
Is it a dance or the dancing?
Is it to live or to be lived?
It was not the dancer, but the dancing;
It was not the life, but the living mind;
The truth of living found in dancing.
If he had chosen only to live,
The dance would have been much less lively.

It was the dancer who followed the dance;
The dance, living the dancer's life.
 
Dejan Stojanovic

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