Dancing - Poem by Jacquelyn Burge
As the birds sing in the quiet winds of the trees,
I dance around the skies
as though nothing matters.
The waters of the oceans as blue as the sunny sky,
land as green and brown,
out of all the reasons to dance about
you're my only reason.
I dance because i see you,
I dance because you smile,
I dance because i'm dancing with you,
I dance because you make the world so peaceful
and the skies so blue,
and I love dancing with you.
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