DiAnne Douglass

Rookie (April 19,1990 - present / Hollywood, Florida, USA)

Just dance


Burning desire
Just dance
A need so intense
Words cannot describe
Just dance
Clenched muscles tighten
As I reach a new high
Just dance
Craving more
Wanting something far more than this
Just dance
Burning desire
Wanting something more
Craving this new sensation
Just dance
The music sweeps away all thought
The pounding rhythm controls my body
Just dance
Foreign tongues call out to me
Distant and strange even as they are familiar
Just dance
Nothing left to do
But given into these sensations
Just dance
No time left for thought
All that's left for me to do is
Just dance

Submitted: Sunday, January 10, 2010

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  • Freshman - 1,353 Points Kay Staley (10/14/2014 9:54:00 AM)

    This seems like a vague stream of consciousness that the character felt while dancing. (Report) Reply

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