My Dance With You

MY DANCE WITH YOU!

Our hips were definitely swaying,
A vision you were in blue.
What was the song that was playing?
All I remember…is you!

The starshine of your eyes,
Those soft, supple lips,
Oh I remember that kiss!

The moon was just a sliver,
As it slowly wandered by.
Our hearts were just a quiver,
As we danced under the night sky.

Quiet, sweet nothings were whispered
As the outside world faded away
Love and lust grew and prospered
As night gradually turned to day

Our hips were definitely swaying,
A vision you were in blue.
What was the song that was playing?
Girl, all I remember…is you!
© 2011 by Ghosterb

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About ghosterb

I live in a little town in Virginia called Buffalo Junction. It's in between Clarksville and South Boston. I Love all kinds of music and poetry. I'm a night owl. I love the tranquility and mystery of the night.
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16 Responses to My Dance With You

  1. bendedspoon says:

    sweet memories! Surely hips were not the only thing that swayed 😉

  2. ghosterb says:

    Yes it definitely is a sweet memory! Thanks for the comment.

  3. lovely, love the sweetness in it.
    🙂

  4. This is wonderful and such a great poem. Thank you so much for sharing. My entry this week is http://gatelesspassage.com/2011/08/29/the-one-and-only-kiss/

  5. Brilliantly done! Ha!

  6. fiveloaf says:

    nice take night owl? haha! (jokin) glad to be of acquaintance. my entry if you have time.. http://fiveloaf.wordpress.com/2009/11/24/fluttering-in-an-envelope/

  7. Morning says:

    such a lovely memory must make you smile when you write down.

    sweet tribe, thanks for sharing…

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