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Lee B Mack


Lightfoot Original 12 28 2010 Improv 08 27 2011


LIGHTFOOT:
ORIGINAL 12 28 2010


Light-foot moon walks the stage -dance on
Fat boy-step forward onto the right toe
Walk on real thin cloud backward
Left heel -music from the orchestra pit
Fills acoustic dance hall displacement
Light-foot choreography reverbs surround
Sound sex temple creeds –play on
Pipes of dreams and neutered echoes
Conscience deciphers coded energy
Fills the hall finds the death realm exit…
Dies… having ended is reason enough
Silently life leaves the room no space
Is as lonely as when music dies
Swing down bitter money swing low sweet
Carrot in your grave so stiff and so cold
Light-foot dance steps accountable to
Dolls rapturously anticipates the lay
With infinity to bust a move-momentum
Artificial applause whistles sarcasm
Light-foot walks the stair of air -the good
Foot nestled in comfort to spring a pirouette
The silence is right-moment -waiting to
Push off re-gather and re-represent.















Lee Mack copyright 2009. ISBN # 0615318347. Do not reproduce without permission.

Submitted: Saturday, August 27, 2011
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