Dancer Poem by Michael Burch

Dancer

Rating: 5.0


You will never change;
you range,
investing passion in the night,
waltzing through
a blinding blue,
immaculate and fabled light.

Do not despair
or wonder where
the others of your race have fled.
They left you here
to gin and beer
and won't return till you are bled

of fantasy
and piety,
of brewing passion like champagne,
of storming through
without a clue,
but finding answers fall like rain.

They left.
You laughed,
but now you sigh
for ages,
stages
slipping by.

You pause;
applause
is all you hear.
You dance,
askance,
as drunkards cheer.

Monday, August 26, 2019
Topic(s) of this poem: dance
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Ratnakar Mandlik 26 August 2019

A great life song on dance after drinks and that too dancing with superb rhyme and rhythm. Thanks for sharing.10 points.

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