Treasure Island

inguruwatta pushpadewa

(12/13/1975)

The Dance


Ounce upon day with dizzy moving body all together seen one romantic world
The girl and boy with embrace moving upon the floor foot step and melody running speed
Clapping fun guys around the floor on and off variety bulb everywhere create fun world e
Hand by hand tie with together everybody make one step and singing song feed

Close friend with all together open themselves heart rhythm for moving hand and body
Gradually increase moving action all together although not satisfy any body
Someone close those eyes moving and like fly airplane made picture beautifully
The smokes spreading everywhere like morning misty the sparkle many 0f bulb variety

They loving to darkness praying to will be long more and more hour and hour
Warmth with dizzy all over body and mind grabbing over night turn to body health better
All together moving candle really melody waving hand following murmur
Dreaming life could flying everywhere moving allover body it s so nice feel everyone together?

Gradually increasing beat by drummer sweating all people all though not feel thirsty
Gathering all together meeting and chatting all thing doing with flowing music lovely
The lovers making couple and take slow step with embrace music blowy
The dark night delight full every heart and mind front dance is nice and so easy

Submitted: Tuesday, October 23, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, October 23, 2012
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