Romeo Della Valle
Dancing with the stars
On a clear starry night,
I was cordially invited
To a celestial party
Where my presence was a must
And of course, I gladly attended…
In this exciting party,
I was honored to dance
With all the beautiful stars
While the angels
In the background!
Time passed rapidly
And we were having so much fun
But I notice that the Moon
Was completely possessed
By a rage of jealousy
Since she wanted to dance with me!
Politely, I excused myself
From all the stars
And I started to dance with her!
We danced all night long
Until the Sun arrived
And with a big and bright smile
She said to me: 'What a party',
Which I replied: 'Darling, you are right'
'Let's do it again another night'
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