Ramesh T A
All Absorbing Dance!
Making movements according to music is dance;
Beautiful gesture in dance absorbs all audience;
Dance art form is a wonderful entertainment
Where song and music make all shake body...!
Forgetting oneself in a group dance is indeed fine!
That takes one to a world of dream quite amazing
And relieving one from all mental bondages sure
At least for sometime paving the way to rejuvenation!
A real change of mood dance brings making ease
All difficult things and lightening heart in music
To the extent of dancing along with group dancers
Entirely transforming to a new state of liberation!
What a wonder dance art form helps humanity
Perform work with no strain or monotony ever!
As in a joyful play dance turns work to do sure
When both ladies and gentlemen join together!
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