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A Dance With You
by S Causey
Monday, April 17, 2006
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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I was completely entranced,
All the while we danced.
My heart was gleaming,
And my soul was beaming.

My eyes locked on his,
And we danced on like this.
Bodies so close, that our souls touched.
And I wanted him so very much.

And then came a shiver upon my spine,
And I knew he was now mine.
We kept on dancing across the floor,
My heart pounding like it never had before.

We danced to one song after another,
Falling more and more in love with one another.
So enticed with one another,
That we could not pull away from each other.

We danced on through the night,
Just gazing at one another, holding on tight.
When the night finally came to an end,
I knew we would see each other again.

We finally let go our embrace,
And a sad look came across his face.
When I ask him what was wrong,
He said "Just one more song."

So he walked to the band,
The two of us, hand in hand.
He said,"Please boys, just one more song, for this woman I adore."
They played, as he took my hand and guided me to the floor.

We held each other so tight,
As we danced in the silver moonlight.
Cheek to cheek,like we were entranced,
We did not speak,just danced.

After the song was finally over,
We just glared at one another.
Finally I said something,
"Will you come home with me?"

He followed me to my apartment,
And that is a night, neither of us will ever forget.
This story does have a happy ending,
We end this story, with a beautiful white wedding.

Dedicated to Joaquin


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Reviewed by Gwen Dickerson 4/23/2006
Welcome to the den! Your poem is well expressed!

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