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Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Shall We Dance?

Rating: 5.0
The music played softly
The dim light created an ambiance
In the cool, breezy night of December
Balls and balloons
In varying sizes and colours
Sparkling fireflies
Filled the small wooden cottage

Outside, the raging splash of the ocean waves
coming back and forth
The bright moonlight in its full size
Circled the whole place

A silhouette embracing the cold sea
Dancing in rhythm, eyes locked together
Two people very much in love whispered nothing
Until they melted, breathless in each other's arms

Promising to love till the end
And to dance in each other's arms
Even if it is our last faltering steps together
And our trembling hands
cannot hold our bodies tenderly


Shall we dance?
oh, I love to..my dearest one


A sprinkle of rain washed my face
Arousing from my deep slumber
Oh, I am not blinded by my imagination
Not even the falling stars
Tomorrow then..yes..we shall dance....again
Meggie Gultiano
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COMMENTS
Eddie Larkin 17 January 2009
Hi Meggie, I've been meaning to get to this one for some time now... but better late than never! Excellent write. Hope you are keeping well; warm wishes, Eddie.
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Miriam Maia Padua 12 December 2008
...a piece that bring joy to my heart while reading...it brings a unique feeling....very beautifully written..the thoughts are brilliantly laid....words are romantically put together... the beautifully painted picture of the romantic dance...and the beautiful unexpected ending....it's just a dream my friend? leave me the feeling of hoping that beautiful dream...to be real....10+++++++for this.....
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Sandra Fowler 08 December 2008
What a lovely dream! Exquisite.Meggie. Ten for you, Love, SandraX
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Luis Gil 30 November 2008
I´d love to, Meggie... Some big heart is speaking here.....
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Alison Cassidy 28 November 2008
The waking and the dreaming love coalesce very beautifully in this passionate romantic poem. You use some very attractive images too, Meggie that are special: 'The bright moonlight in its full size', and 'Oh, I am not blinded by my imagination Not even the falling stars Tomorrow then..yes..we shall dance....again' Hope seems to spring eternal in this lyrical piece. love, Allie ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥
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Carol Rhodes 27 November 2008
MEGGIE, THIS IS BEAUTIFULL. VERY POWERFUL DELIVERY IN EVERY SENSE. WE SHOULD ALL DANCE, YES? MUSIC, MOVEMENT, AND, IF WE'RE IN THE RIGHT SPOT AT THE RIGHT TIME, ROMANCE. A SUPER WAY TO SHARE AND EXPLORE. MEMORIES ARE MADE OF THIS...MY BEST, CAROL
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Thad Wilk 26 November 2008
An enchanting poem Meggie, beautifully expressed and a delight to read! ! *10*! ! Best wishes! Friend Thad
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Ency Bearis 26 November 2008
a lovely maneuver...I can imagine the tip toe simultaneously..well penned..10 Ency Bearis
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Lynda Robson 26 November 2008
What a lovely scene you have painted for us Meggie, well written, 10 Lynda xx
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Andrew mark Wilkinson 26 November 2008
Well are you asking well, I'm dancing.. Beautiful sweetie... Andy 10
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