Treasure Island

sherif monem

(Egypt)

Dancing in the Moon Light


Dance, love and romance
Turn the music and let's dance
Pour the Champagne in the glass
The moon is singing a serenade
Listen to the music melodies
and the happy tunes
Hold your partner closer
Float around
tap your feet on the floor
Follow the music soft beat
Wake up dreams
Look at the silver bright moon
the lucky diamond stars
The panorama lights
lightening the dark skies
feel the night chill
the cool breeze
Dance bit closer
feel your partner body warmth
Dance, love and romance
to the late hours of the night
and the wee hours of the morning
Let the joyful time rolls
Hope it never ends

Submitted: Monday, July 14, 2008
Edited: Thursday, September 12, 2013
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  • Viola Grey (7/15/2008 3:07:00 AM)

    a very sweet image...there is something so peacefull in the moonlight...nice work (Report) Reply

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