Mason Maestro


We Danced - Poem by Mason Maestro

Restless eyes across the open field
You blocked my love, put up your shield
We danced, you let me call you my wife
You've trimmed the hedges in my life
We'd talk for hours, but I can't call anymore
Restless eyes across the open field
You blocked my love, put up your shield
We danced in the snow, no songs unsung
Co-inciding her scarf and a hot sun
Until world peace reaches my left cuff
Too much will not be enough
Until your glimmer reaches the streets of Tehran
Middle east treaty of Cairo hit the fan
...and Ayatollah began to sob
We danced in the sand, with the scarf in her hand
Made of western cotton design in demand
We danced


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, February 20, 2005



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