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Poems About: DANCE

In this page, poems on / about “dance” are listed.

  • 325.
    A Little Drink...A Little Dancing

    I don’t watch Dancing with the Stars, not that I think it’s a sham
    I just don’t want to be constantly reminded of how uncoordinated I am. read more »

    Jim Yerman
  • 326.
    Dance Me To The End Of Love

    Dance me to your beauty with a burning violin
    Dance me through the panic 'til I'm gathered safely in
    Lift me like an olive branch and be my homeward dove
    Dance me to the end of love read more »

    Leonard Cohen
  • 327.
    Dancing with the flames

    Dancing with the flames
    a fiery gypsy’s dance – read more »

    KrystynaMaria Postawa
  • 328.
    The Lost Dancer

    Spatial depths of being survive
    The birth to death recurrences
    Of feet dancing on earth of sand;
    Vibrations of the dance survive read more »

    Jean Toomer
  • 329.
    A Pantoum- Dancing under the stars

    As she dances under the moonlit stars
    Feeling the adrenalin rushing through her veins
    For now she is alone, but not lonely
    She makes her own music as her heart beats in time read more »

    Lisa Cresswell Wilkinson
  • 330.
    Dancing with Sorrow

    Amidst a garden in a twist of fate
    I dance with Sorrow in an evening late
    We hold our hands and tend our steps in pace
    Then glide like silk with songs of Tears in grace read more »

    Roland Jr Jamito
  • 331.

    RED balloon
    floating through frames
    of Thirties celluloid read more »

    Alison Cassidy
  • 332.
    shall we dance

    shall we dance?
    shall we set in motion
    a tango we can call our own
    shall we dance read more »

    sarah sarah
  • 333.
    Dancing In The Dark

    Sitting here listening to
    songs of forty years ago
    when I was young
    and used to visit the local dance halls, read more »

    David Harris
  • 334.
    The Dance

    The rhythm pulsates as she dances through the night
    While the castanets chatter and the fires burn bright
    The night sky's beauty cannot even compare
    To the silk of her skirts and the flow of her hair read more »

    Rose Falcone
  • 335.
    One and All

    Run and run
    Sing then sing
    Dance the dance
    Play during work read more »

    Janelle Morehart
  • 336.
    A Betrayed Tree

    these boughs and branches
    revelry at the midday, read more »

    kite remedy
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