Dancing On A Moonlit Night - Poem by Ronald Chapman
'Dance outside on a moonlit summer night with the love of my life in my arms.'
And hear the crunching of the leaves,
Under our bare feet.
But be careful jumping hurdles!
Still the crickets sing in the moon light.
He'd a diamond fist for an arm.
I really just hoped no one would see.
Dancing under the palm tree.
When by shapes my words are known, I try.
So please don't cry.
This is the happiest day of my life.
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