Bethany Maxwell

(2/18/94 / some where in this universe muhahaha)

As They Dance


The heat rushed through her body
as she moved her body along side his

The movements were fast and breath taking
as they moved with the tempo of the music

His body bends back
as hers bends forward

His body bends forward
as hers bends back

Their bodies intertwined
as a vine on a wall

Their bodies move side to side
up and down

The music keeping the beat
as the danced

The stage lights dimmed to green
as they moved together

His hands run down her body
as she sways side to side

Her mouth open her eyes closed
his eyes on her body

He keeps his hands on her hips
as she ran her hands up his body to his face

Their lips met and their hearts raced
as the music stopped

Submitted: Wednesday, March 19, 2008
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