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Author Name: Moderatorhnk903 9 Comments
Date Added: September 22, 2008 20:09:41 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Night dance
Moonlight shines into your eyes
As we dance under starlit skies
I reach out for your loving hand
To sounds of music from a lovers band
Swaying to music only we can hear
A tune we'll remember for many a year
Our own lover's concerto we'll write as one
That we will sing and dance to until night is done
As we step in unison, dancing on air
I'll look in your eyes, tell you how much I care
Holding you close, our lips will meet
Your kiss is like wine, tasting so sweet
As the sun rises, I'll promise you my heart
Two lovers daned through the night, never to part
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Comment By: FreeWide Awake on June 8, 2009 05:17:39 PM Report
This is beautiful, Henry~

The heartful inspiration is tangible...I felt I was floating along in a warm-embbrace dream~

Hugs,
Pamela

Comment By: FreeAlison Storm Wolf on September 23, 2008 04:44:58 PM Report
liked this very much Henry (apart from the red font) ;-)

 

Ali x

 

Comment By: FreeGlata on September 23, 2008 06:31:17 AM Report
Beautiful, Henry! I could hear music in my heart and mind  as  I read this...beautiful chords that only the heart and mind can  hear. Definitely condusive to romantic dancing :o)

And Joe...Quit stepping on Henry's toes!!! (grins)

Hugs...

Glata

Comment By: PremiumJoe McNinney on September 23, 2008 05:24:16 AM Report
You better buy me dinner first! LOL! Joe
Comment By: FreePamela A. Lamppa on September 22, 2008 10:42:25 PM Report
beautiful rhymed couplets of love.
I did enjoy this so much.

beautiful. ~Pamela
Comment By: FreeLady Dragonwyck on September 22, 2008 10:24:12 PM Report
Henry:  this is so delightful and romantic.  I LOVE it.

 

Lady D

Comment By: FreeCindy Bendel on September 22, 2008 09:01:40 PM Report
Oh, what a way to spend an evening Henry. Locked in a warm embrace, melting into your lover's eyes and spinning around the room!  Yup....sounds like a romantic night to me too.

~Cindy

Comment By: FreeMoonStar on September 22, 2008 09:01:32 PM Report
I like this one very much.. Such a sweetness to it, that I could picture two lovers dancing the night away.. I sometimes wonder as I look above, on what the stars would say, if they could talk?

Magic!

 

~MoonStar~

Comment By: PremiumRaymond Pinsonneault on September 22, 2008 08:12:06 PM Report
Another good one Henry, how did you know I was dancing at this time, as I often do when I finish a good write.





 


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