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  185.     

The Dancing Queen The Famous Dancer

She's almost sixty years and she's still dancing and she is still known as the dancing queen
And she was a champion dancer in her twenties one of the finest dancers ever seen
And still she is a marvel on the dance floor and with dancers half her age she can compete
The passing years may have slowed her a little but there's still years of dancing in her dancing feet.

She has always been a dancer she will tell you, I've been dancing since I was two I've heard her say,
I have such a great love for dancing music and dancing I could never give away,
South American, African and Celtic and I can rock and roll and twist and jive
Music always makes me feel like dancing and makes the soul in me feel so alive.

Almost sixty years but she doesn't look it through her blond hair hardly any gray
She doesn't feel she's getting old and slowing 'I feel old' you never hear her say,
She will still be dancing when she's eighty doing what she thoroughly enjoy
And if per chance there is a life hereafter she will dance in heaven in the sky.

She's the Dancing Queen the famous dancer and she doesn't feel that she's beyond her prime
And she will still be dancing when she's eighty for she is one who won't lay down to time
Dancing is the thing that keeps her happy and she dances with a big smile on her face
And she doesn't feel she's getting old and weary for age in her life doesn't have a place.
 
Francis Duggan

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  186.     

Pool

Drip and Drip into the ocean
Water fills and overflows - drown in
your own blood.
Puddles sing and tidal waves dance...
Dance through the streets
Sing to the children (Dance)
Let us Dance. Our own time - to our own hearts
that beat out of sync. Our rhythm
A Tango in Foxtrot tempo...
We break - we fall
into the water... (Dancing)


talk - speak - shout


We stand looking at each other
(silence) interrupting us
- I look into your eyes
Pools of blue (Dancing)
I can't see the stream - fall from your eyes
(plunge) into the deep


discuss - express - explain


Make us
Break us
structure us
construct us
(Dancing)
Eyes


analyze - compare - contrast


I don't float, lungs fill with
water, gasping for breath - (swim)
further and further - an Abyss
I watch you Dance
Swirls of violet and red - (Dance)
the darkness - my eyes explode (colour)
Watch as the pus of the ocean
seeps (Dance)


venture - wander - Dance


Back staring - I realise
You have not cried
Yet puddles surround us (Dancing)
Why?


dive - dive - dive


Dissect your eyes - find (reflection)
watching me - cry
Adding water to the ocean
Rising - drip by drip
Flooding
Like tidal waves
We will dance through the streets
Dance through it all
(Dance)
 
Kieran Daniel Evans

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  187.     

Dance In The Rain

Dance in the rain
With clouds at your heels
Rosebuds refreshed
The calming one feels

Life is the present
There's no need to wait
Throw back the shutters
And unlock the gate

Dance in the rain
As it cleanses the sky
No tears on sun's cheeks
And no need to cry

Life is what's happening
Through clouds or gray
Sunshine or snowflakes
They're all nature's way

Dance in the rain
It's all part of life
Let hope, your umbrella
Guide you through strife

Dance in the rain
And when clouds tend to loom
Welcome their darkness
Into the room

Life is for living
Through storms, joy and pain
Always remember to
DANCE IN THE RAIN

(7-2-2011)
2012 All Rights Reserved
 
Holly Jamestone

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  188.     

The Fairy Dance

Down by the lake
Where the weeping willows rest
Where no-one goes
The fairies dance

At midnight
When the inky sky
Is sprinkled with stars
The fairies dance

They sit on toadstools
Wear clothes made of petals
And round the flowers
The fairies dance

On the lake
Boats made of leaves
And all around
The fairies dance

They stay till dawn
When the sun rises
But under the inky sky
The fairies dance
 
Amy Darnbrook

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