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Frank R Tymon

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The Sweetest Waltz
by Frank R Tymon

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THE SWEETEST WALTZ

They came to the Royal Castle,
To the huge and splendid hall,
Kings and queens, dukes and duchesses,
To attend His Majesty's Ball.

Throughout the night they partied,
With food, and drink, and song,
And danced to festive music,
Then left before the dawn.

Some say the dance was over,
Gone dancers, musicians, all.
And yet some say, the Sweetest Waltz,
Was played, after the ball

A gray-haired cleaning lady
Slowly mopped the floor
And heard the waltz within her soul,
The band had played before.

She laid aside the bucket,
Laid aside the pail,
And closed her eyes to listen,
To the music's magic tale.

Slowly she twirled upon the floor,
To music soft and low,
And swirled at the music in her soul,
And dreamed of long ago.

Dreamed of a handsome lover,
Of a a waltz they used to play,
And with a smile on her face,
She danced the night away.

The sun rose bright next morning,
She wondered if the dream was false,
Yet danced along, as she sang a song,
And that song was the Sweetest Waltz.

Some say the dance was over,
Gone dancers, musicians, all.
And yet some say, the Sweetest Waltz,
Was played, after the ball.


Extracted from my eBook, Poetry of "PASSION," an autobiography in verse

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