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A Cuban Waltz
by Susan K. de Vegter
Wednesday, July 11, 2007
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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Listen feel it perk the ears
Wafting over years and years
Constant beat of Latin salsa
Early rhythms...Cuban waltzes
Congas beat... forever bounce
Hips rotating...ruffled flounce
Rainbow colors...dig the beat
Skins all dark from Latin heat
Passions move swing and sway
Sombas touch as fingers play
Airwaved music floating free
Through the years for me and thee
Clutching time in even beat
Kicking heels up in the street
Laughter looming over flowers
Knitted hairpiece tongues devour
Hydrangas tucked in bosoms fire
Deeper form... the loins desire
Appendages flail through the air
Rounded beating dierrieres
Trots of feet as ankles hop
Jumping to this Latin bop
Grinding bodies touching grasping
Music flowing kisses flashing
Passions faster with each turn
Burning searching churn to churn
History making music classics
Listening dancing...mirrored magic.



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Reviewed by JAG Garcia 7/10/2008
This one made my Latin heart beat... beat. and dance!
Thanks for capturing in your words the sensuality of the Latin rythm!
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 7/13/2007
Excellent...all the way down to the very last word!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by William Bonilla 7/12/2007
Smooth as "rum & Coke"
loved it Susan

William
Love & Peace
Reviewed by LadyJtalks LadyJzTalkZone (Reader) 7/12/2007
Excellent from start to finish. Best I've read a quite some time. A wonderful keeper. Lady J
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 7/12/2007
Been down to Miami? Makes an Austrian blush.

Hot. Hot. Hot.

Ron
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 7/12/2007
Ole! You take us there in memorable lines, Susan, even those of us with two left feet can dance like an expert reading the P A S S I O N in your poetry! Well done!

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 7/12/2007
Man can the Cuban girls dance, and they always have lovely smiles, They tried to teach me, but could not find any dancing shoes with two left feet.
Brings back memories of dancing on Cuban beaches at night, well a few memories, cos the booze was free...
Love this..
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 7/12/2007
I can hear that hot Latin music now - Hot, Hot, Hot!
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 7/12/2007
Rub-down clear and skin-tight... I could see the visible pantyline on this one, Susan! And feel the heat! Totally cinematic... I was there! :)) Love this, TY Kate xx
Reviewed by richard cederberg 7/12/2007
Like a fandango with picante sauce. Passionate shadows and emotions. As long as no one slips, viva the dance ... and the sweet epilogue!
Belle, you rock the Casbah!
Richard
Reviewed by Butch Howard 7/12/2007
Wow Susan, you have a great beat, rythm and rhyme going in this syncopated piece. I can hear the music and see them dancing. I think you might be able to put this to music. Interesting write!
~Butch Howard
Reviewed by Gloria Gay 7/12/2007
These words immediately took me to the scene so that it was I who was dancing to a sultry hot rhythm. Your poem is at once universal and personal.
Reviewed by Felix Perry 7/12/2007
The Cuban well all Latins have a passion they express in dance so fiercly one cannot help being caught up in and your write exemplifies that sweet Susan. Beautiful.

Fee
Reviewed by Ted Bossis 7/12/2007
Up-beat swirling delight <>love - Ted
Reviewed by Victor Buhagiar (Reader) 7/11/2007
Tango is a lovely dance and this is a lovely poem. Alas in my old age I prefer the slow dance :) Victor
Reviewed by A PAX 7/11/2007
i like this
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