Philios Sazeides

Dancing - Poem by Philios Sazeides

The carnival shows it's teeth
is it time for the beast

might be for flowers to be seen
have they disappeared from the scene

the little chihuahua bite their shoe
a drop of red blood in the igloo

able to paint white in black
getting the whole place in dark

A new day with no sunshine again
a small boat with an open sail

flaps it's wings outside the house
the cats feet will dance and bounce

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It's carnival that created a spark to write 'Dancing'

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, February 19, 2013

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