Ramesh T A

(28th August 1950 / Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India)

A DANCE FOR RELIEF!


Dancing is an art that makes one forget all worries;
Dancing to a tune relieves one a while from tensions;
Dancing according to music makes one really free!
Dancing and singing make one enjoy pleasure fine.

Dancing, singing and playing music makes one divine!
Shaking of body, hands and legs beautifully is dance;
Sake dance, break dance, clap dance are all real fun!
Dancing makes one healthy and beautiful life long!

Dancing is a balancing art as the Stars do in the Universe!
Dancing for balance is beauty that attracts all to dance
And make the company joyous to forget time and worries.
So, man visualized God as Divine Lord of Dance to dance!

Dancing, singing and playing music is a wonderful art
Poetry has prompted man to visualize and realize in life!

Submitted: Sunday, October 11, 2009

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