Ken e Hall

Rookie (Last Century / England-Now Australian Citizen)

The Lovers Last Dance - Poem by Ken e Hall

With rain and storm it crosses the line
Screeching brakes screams,
Shattered glass so fine,
Silence but, for a spinning wheel
As spirits rise hold hands and kneel.

Your body attracts the moonlight,
The stars shine on so bright
May I have this dance?
Shall we
Dance an angel dance,
In a lovers trance as kin
To the sway of the foxtrot,
And I’ve got you under my skin.
Entwine with me, vibe the rhythm of life
Soothing the senses, with feelings run rife.
Dance angel dance,
Thru rainbows silver mist,
Swirling with tear coloured clouds
Just to be kissed.
We dance on, up, high in the sky,
A new dance is nigh.
Strauss has provided the last waltz of wonder,
As powerful to compare to dancing thunder.
When we reach heaven with steps guided true
Believe me,
You’ll know that for ever
I will always
Love you

Comments about The Lovers Last Dance by Ken e Hall

  • (9/6/2009 6:39:00 AM)

    In 1993 six days before Xmas my eldest daughter Gail
    Was run down crossing the road, in hospital on life support
    My wife and I never left her side. On Xmas eve sadly she died.
    At the time part of myself died and Gail had never known the
    Wonder of a lover, hence I wrote this poem putting myself in the
    Imaginary lover’s shoes
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  • Matt Mooney (9/5/2009 1:28:00 AM)

    A tragic tale of united love set to music. The contrast between the opening and the body of the poem is dramatic.10. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 13, 2008

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