Mariah Clary


Dance


Dance is a passion,
There's millions of dance moves,
Just like fashion,
You must know some,
Like the worm,
Or the twist,
But be careful don't break your wrist,
You can dance in heels,
Or tennis shoes,
Dance to the blues,
Or country rock,
Dance down the block,
Even around town,
Dance to whatever sound you hear,
Dance in a gown,
Or a t-shirt,
Dance with a group of four,
Never ignore the dancing rhythm,
Or you'll regret that forever,
Dance whenever you please,
When your hugging a tree,
Or running from bees,
Dance is an art,
Dance with your heart,
If your smart,
Don't give up dancing,
So don't drift from your dancing skill,
It's a great gift.

Submitted: Thursday, December 04, 2008

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  • Kat Misko (12/5/2008 3:51:00 PM)

    hey mariha i miss u sooooo much! ! ! ! ur amazin! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! i can do the worm 'lool'! ! ! ! ! ! (Report) Reply

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