A Dance

Poem By Jolanta Gradowicz

Could I ask you to dance, madam?
Let’s go to dance to this music.
You mustn’t be a lonely woman
When everything is so rhythmic.

Why do you lower your eyes?
Why do you blush and tremble?
I see disbelief on your face...
Your touch is timid and gentle.

I feel your heart beat like a bell.
You speed up though music is slow.
What happened, my dear dancer?
Is there a trouble or sorrow?

I ask you, but you keep silent.
I give a tighter hug to you.
What a dance! I love this movement.
I dream it will begin anew…

Comments about A Dance

...a fine composition indeed...........10
Beautifully. The reader feels a dance rhythm. Palpation of hearts also cannot remain lonely … in any way...
lovely write.. sure you can ask whomever you want to do whatever you feel.. done well done.. yours hazem
Beautiful poem madam, I enjoyed it. Keep it up. Indeed you deserved 10.


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