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A Dance From The Mind

A dance relieves the mind
Just as it re-lives a man
From the doldrumsof life
Prowling in vain with aching feet
But shifting a foot with a pleasant mind
Its rhythm is one
It knows neither
Colour nor creed and it
Never taste gritty anywhere.

In a dance
The feet babble
Of the pious and sinner alike
And a birth bears
As much dance as a death
In all, the mind
Is an open field
For any dance
Triggered by either
A song Or a drum.
But right from the heart!

by Tony Adah

Comments (1)

A dance relieves the mind. It is true. Nice poem.