Dance In The Rain - Poem by Adegbite Adeyinka
Could we dance in the rain?
Could you twirl around on the plain?
I'll tip my hat to take your hand
Smile a beckon, I'll help you stand
I watched the sky, it will rain all night
And If it clears, we'll have moonlight
A crowded ball, you never condone
Here It's you and me, we're all alone
Albeit arctic night, I'll take a chance
May I have the pleasure of this dance?
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