Elizabeth Castleberry

The Dance - Poem by Elizabeth Castleberry

Play me a sweet song
So I can dance
This is where I belong

Come and dance with me
We can make our own music
We'll blend quickly

Into one body
Into one heart
As we move gracefully

As we gently flow
All around the room
Lost in our tango

Slowly at first
We confide in eachother
Consumed by our thirst

Enveloped in your embrace
Stunned by your charm
Shocked at your grace

The thrill of the moment
The ecstasy felt within
A desire so fervent

I begin feeling faint
From all of this passion
I'm losing my restraint

The dance like a vixen
A sensuality overbearing
We impulsively sink in

Comments about The Dance by Elizabeth Castleberry

  • (4/7/2006 3:35:00 PM)

    A sing-songy blossom open her petals
    and no any restrictions to kind butterflies
    The dance with the song of life
    and the lovers in strife.
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  • Ray Lucero (3/31/2006 5:43:00 PM)


    May I have this dance? (I know, 'no cutting in')
    Descriptive, fluid and romantic.
    Nice effort.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, March 31, 2006

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