Preston Mwiinga

Gold Star - 10,833 Points (4th November.1988 / Lusaka)

When The Rythem Of Music Changes, Even Dancers Also Change Their Step - Poem by Preston Mwiinga

Must i dance or must i not dance? This is a question that someone would ask oneself.We are living in a world of mixed races, because of this some chooseto go for racism. Their faces are filled with racesim. Their actions allthink of evil. One people, diferent colors.When the rythem of of music changes, dancers change their step.We are in a world which is full of mixed races and cultures andtraditions. Not all of these are good and again not all of them are bad.Some people decide to go for the bad ones whlst others decide to go forthe good ones. This usually causes tensions and barriers amongest thepeople.When the rythem of music changes, even dancers changer their steps.We are blessed with a lot of tribes all over the world and right here inzambia. And because of this it is by option that you must atleastbelong to one of these, it is a must by nature of our birth and ourparents.some people choose to be tribalist whilst others chose just tofair.When the rythem of music changes, even dancers change their steps.We live a world of democratic countries and few are monarchs andmilitary ruled nation. In democratic countries, we find a number ofpolitical parties. And as citens we choose either to support the rullingparty or the opposition.When the rythem of music changes even dancers change their step.We have a number of traditional dances world over. And all of theseall have different tunes. When the rythem of music changes, evendancers change their steps. It is because of this rythem of music thattakes over the minds of the people. It is this music music that wouldeven save and hope to a P the hospital, who is about to die. The rythemmakes them fill whoole and healed, even though, they are not.When the rythem of music changes, even dancers change their stepband it makes the kings subjects at the royal palacece to forget tocontinue giving praises to the king and join in various dances.If the music goes fast even the dancers steps will move fast. When themusic goes slow even the steps of the dancers will be slow. When musicgoes borring, even dancer`s will doze and finally sleep.It all depends as a christian, which rythem of music you decide totake and follow.What rythem has changed in your life? Is it a rethem of peer presure, that your steps have changed to liquortaking, fornication and adulturey, and smoking and drug abuse.Is it the rythem of diobidience that your steps have changed toforgetingyour creator in heaven. You now live as if you own this life.You live as if God does not and has never existed. Are you sure that isa step, you have decided to follow? Are you sure your ways pl, ease the almighty? When the rythem of music changes, even dancers change thier steps.

Topic(s) of this poem: music

Form: Aubade

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 17, 2016

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