Poems About: DANCE
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
Boundless ecstasy you shower in me
With tenderness gesture asking for a dance
It seems the world created just for us
Even the music missed what it was read more »Jhane Reyes
254.If You Would Love Me
“Where is the love? ” you asked, but I
could find only splinters and broken shards
lying desultory in dusty corners
of old and empty rooms, read more »Rory Hudson
255.Women like to slow dance
Women like to slow dance
Men like to boogie fast…
Women lprefer to prettily prance read more »David Whalen
256.Do You Still Dance?
The whispers in my mind are here again.
I know you don't hear them
but you're where they began.
I should have turned them off read more »Edwina Reizer
257.A new dance
For long have we moved our body to the rhythm of this dance,
For long have we danced vigorously as people in a trance.
Yet, despite the swiftness of our feet,
The dancers are looked at as people who can't keep to beat. read more »James Ogunjimi
Though countless twirling wonders dance before to bait my heart,
Her dance splits night asunder—brilliance holds elate my heart.
When first her dark eyes opened, all the bashful heavens blushed;
The full moon danced out singing, “Let her gaze gyrate my heart! ” read more »Erin Thomas
Holding the strings of vibes
We dance to the string of life...
Dance with me my handsome
Dance with me through the night read more »Meena Mustafa
260.The Preacher At Ogbanamma Dance
With admiration and enthusiasm,
he watches the maidens dancing,
just exactly to the tone of the drum beats.
Carrying his bible up on chest, read more »ogbonna chinemerem
261.The Folk Dance
I came to visit you
Your eyes lit up the second you saw me
You ran towards me in a pink fluffy dress
Your arms squeezed around my hips read more »Diana Poems
262.The Indian Dances
The Indian culture is most diverse,
So are the Indian dances to traverse;
There are many Indian Classical dances,
And so are the many regional Folk dances. read more »chandra thiagarajan
They were so light, the little dancing feet,
The little feet, such little dancing feet!
Snow-white, snow-soft, snow-light;
First feather-flakes of snow, that only play read more »Ina D. Coolbrith
264.Reciprocal Invitation To The Dance
COME to the dance with me, come with me, fair one! read more »Johann Wolfgang von Goethe