Amber Glistener

Rookie - 28 Points (United States)

Dancing In The Moonlight - Poem by Amber Glistener

I was sitting on my front porch,
Just a rockin’ away in my chair,
When a big black truck pulled in the drive,
It was all outta nowhere.

A strange man jumped out,
His boots a ’scuffed and dirty,
Then he commenced a walkin in my yard,
A look in his eye that was kinda quirky.

Chorus:
He was dancing in the moonlight,
Rolling in the dirt,
Singing a song that I’ve never heard,
And it never occurred.

He was a cool cat,
And his eyes a pool,
When I saw him first,
He was a crazy fool.

Then his old hat flew in the air,
And landed at my feet,
He walked up to me,
He was all dusty and beat.

I offered to sit down nexta me,
Maybe have a drink,
But without a word he walked away,
The sky was turning pink.

Chorus:
No longer was he dancing in the moonlight,
Rolling in the dirt,
Singing a song that I’ve never heard,
And it never occurred.

He was a cool cat,
And his eyes a pool,
When I saw him first,
He was a crazy fool.

I went out to the city,
To go and meet my friends,
When we stopped in an old shop,
I saw him around again.

He walked up to me,
And he shook my hand,
When my friends asked me If I knew him,
This is what I told first hand.

Chorus:
He was dancing in the moonlight,
Rolling in the dirt,
Singing a song that I’ve never heard,
And it never occurred.

He was a cool cat,
And his eyes a pool,
When I saw him first,
He was a crazy fool.

That night while in my dreams,
I dreamed of him,
And his very strange dance,
the light staging the very rim.

The way the music seemed to play,
Out of the night,
And out of my mind,
My dreams were of the right.

Chorus:
We were dancing in the moonlight,
Rolling in the dirt,
Singing a song that now I’ve heard,
And it now occurred.

He was a cool cat,
And his eyes a pool,
Now I know him first,
I’m a crazy fool.


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Poem Edited: Wednesday, December 21, 2011


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