Bijay Kant Dubey

Michael Jackson, Michael Jackson (Will You Dance With Me?) - Poem by Bijay Kant Dubey

Michael Jackson, Michael Jackson,
Said I
And it reverberated again,
Jackson, Jackson musically,
Lured me,
Captivated and charmed me
The words,
Michael Jackson,
Jackson, Jackson,
Said in tribute, in homage to,
But it resounding back,
Jackson, Jackson,
Captivating and tuning me

And lo, with this,
Shook and upped I my shoulders,
The torso and the bust
Separated they
In consonance
And started I dancing,
Michael Jackson, Michael Jackson,
Sang I lengthening it
And the reply came to sonorously,
Jackson, Jackson
So sweetly and lyrically,
In a falling pitch of its own.

I could not hold up myself,
Started I dancing,
Something took over me
And I was out of myself,
Singing and dancing,
Michael Jackson, Michael Jackson,
Jackson, Jackson,
The hands and the legs
The bust and the torso
Cutting and joining,
The beat, rhythm and pace
Taking me by strike.

Jackson, Jackson,
Michael Jackson, Michael Jackson,
Michael, I love you,
I love you, Michael Jackson,
My hats off to you,
Off to you.
Will you dance with me,
Ladies and gentlemen?
Thank you, thank you so much.

Topic(s) of this poem: art

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Poem Edited: Thursday, November 6, 2014

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