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  197.     

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A dance in the dark Is a nude dance
Two forms Fuse as one

Shades in the Dark with some Specks of light
A dance of Coming and going

One that tells me Out you go And yet takes Me by her hand

And without a Word the two Forms kiss
and Lose themselves In an empty space

Where the specks Of light may Turn into fire
a wild fire A burning dance A wild dance

And it stops only As the Two Lovely Forms
Become the dark And an empty space.
 
RIC S. BASTASA

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  198.     

If You Would Love Me

“Where is the love? ” you asked, but I
could find only splinters and broken shards
lying desultory in dusty corners
of old and empty rooms,
fragile glass reflecting broken images
of we that used to be.

For the rooms were small and cramped,
their edges hard and sharp,
too easy to strike and give oneself pain
when trying to dance again and again.

If you would love me, do so in the open air
where walls and corners and edges are not found;
where there are no echoes, for the world is round;
where there are no mirrors, for there is no glass;
where you and I forever will be dancing on the grass -

Dancing, dancing, mon amour, dancing
to the trees on the horizon that are dancing in the breeze -
to the light on the ocean that is dancing through the night -
dancing to the end of the world.
 
Rory Hudson

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  199.     

Dance

Look at them dance and them smile,
They just might rub the finish off the tiles.
They are going to dance the night away,
They won't stop until the break of day.
They dance with love and grace,
when done there will be tiles to replace.
Dance for fun and God's love,
Dance like the angels in heaven above.

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Timothy Honeycutt

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  200.     

We Will Dance

Give me your hand
and we shall dance
Give me yourself
and we shall dance together
Give me your trust
and we shall dance as one
Give me all that you have
and we shall dance
until the end of time
Give me your hand
and we shall dance.
 
Rin Kathy

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