yesenia sobrado

(03/09/72 / bronx, new york)

Dancing in the night


Dancing in the night on such a beautiful song
along the road, with a love song
here and now behold a pair
a wonderful woman a darlin gentle man
together they rise to sing the song as they look at each other
as they fall in love, a wonderful and glance night
to touch and feel the heart that night
the beat within the heart must rise
for i am you and you are i
now together we must see, the song that we shared is now so free
free to see what the world has shared, free to see the pair that shared
the night they danced together they brong the gift of glory and the gift
of love.

Submitted: Saturday, July 28, 2007
Edited: Friday, March 25, 2011
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