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My Dancing Arabesque



My Dancing Arabesque
By Puppyluv on 02/15/2009
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I rowed far upon the ocean
wavelets dancing in the sun,
to do the job that I must do
before the moon is done.

The lapping sound the ocean makes
as wavelets push my craft
sooths my tired, weary soul
and cuts my pain by half.

The evening sun is setting now,
an ocean turned to glass.
With fiery sky, and sea of pink,
I’ve found surcease at last.

As night descends upon me,
I drift with full moon high,
then lean, and stretch, and sigh again,
the time is almost nigh.

I stand and dance a pirouette
as midnight chills my bones.
The sea is warmer than the sky;
I''m getting close to home.

I think it through just one more time,
then push the boat away.
My head slips down so quietly,
there’s nothing more to say.

I see the moon so big and round
from beneath the friendly sea,
and watch the bubbles rising up,
as home comes close to me.

I weave and twirl a charming dance
with sure and dazzling grace
and see the moon no more above,
through eyes in lifeless face.

My last thoughts are of you my love,
as I lightly float on down.
I do a dancing arabesque
to music with no sound.


poetry is to the heart what food is to the body and God is to the soul

© By Puppyluv On 2/15/2009 9:33:07 PM
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