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Shall We Dance - Again?
by Helga Ross

Saturday, May 22, 2004
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Salute to Spring Inspired by delightful duo, Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire …


 

Come outside! Wile away the first mild day,

welcome warmest months with the softest kiss,

the freshest caress: Air’s Astaire squeeze play.

Swing time, Spring; your navy, my pale blue bliss

under baby blue blanket sky. Goose flesh!

Loving this. Daytime dusted with powder

clouds in white gauze wisps, while cheeks-to-cheeks mesh

beak to beak; bare limbs' breeze; rhythms louder

than long we’ve heard, the music of life stirs

beasts and birds in swing-sway syncopation;

symphonic song bursts for dance connoisseurs,

You and I, our debonair flirtation—

Top Hat’s off to One Who made us this way—

Crazy for this Existential Ballet.

 

copyright © Helga Ross 2004

 

 

 

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Reviewed by George Carroll 6/4/2004
Loved those days with Ginger and Fred lighting up the silver screen, never missed any of their films. Great write Helga.
Reviewed by A Serviceable Villain 5/27/2004
A wonderful poetic achievement - beautiful prose!
Reviewed by Carmen Ruggero 5/23/2004
Great sonnet! You've captured the exhilarating feeling the season brings through the use of music and dance -- just perfect, and who better to bring on that Fred and Ginger! Great work, Helga.

Carmen :-)
Reviewed by Nicole Davis Vergara (Reader) 5/22/2004
SUPREME ELEGANCE AND POETIC BLISS HELGA!!!!
Ohhhh I love the old flicks with Astaire and Rogers and this compliments them with spring sooooooo elegantly!

~Nikki~
Reviewed by jude forese 5/22/2004
a really upbeat poem to an wonderful dance combo ...
Reviewed by Sandie Angel 5/22/2004
Spring is
when the birds sing;
when the rain showers;
when the wind swirls;
and the trees dance;
and the flowers sway
the tippy-toe ballet.

~ Sandie Angel a.k.a. May Lu ~


Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader) 5/22/2004
HELGA,
Standing clapping this was sheer delight lively like spring.
"Swing time, Spring; your navy, my pale blue bliss
Under baby blue blanket sky. Goose flesh!
Loving this. Daytime dusted with powder
Clouds in white gauze wisps; cheek-to-cheek mesh,
Beak to beak; bare limbs breeze; rhythms louder
Than long we’ve heard; the music of life stirs
Beasts and birds in swing-sway syncopation; "

Lady Peg
Reviewed by E T Waldron 5/22/2004
Superb sonnet. Befitting a unique couple of dancers
that will never be surpassed. I loved every dance I
ever saw them do! They truly were a once in a lifetime
pair!I really like the treatment you gave this poem
Helga, very dashing and elegant, as were they!
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