Dorothy (Alves) Holmes
Shall We Dance - Poem by Dorothy (Alves) Holmes
I sing in the shower
To relieve my stress.
Fact is, that's where
I sing best...
The spray of the water
Makes the shower curtain dance,
And the water, my voice, does
And so I bellow love's sweet melody,
As the water and I sing in blissful harmony.
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