A man and a woman performing a modern dance.

A man and a woman performing a modern dance. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Behind the backdrop of an enormous horizon
The sun her umbrella
She dances, swaying about with the wind
Moving about, her shadow now playing catch up
She resonates but with no sound

At a distance you can see her smiling
Unaware of you, she continues on
You sense her ecstatic joy
Her freedom draws you in
That tingle on your skin, is it the warmth of the sun
Or is it her
Starting to resonate within your soul

Still unaware of you
This daughter of Eve continues
Lost in dance with the sun
A slow twirl with balance and charm
You want to draw near
Take her by the hand, and join the bliss

But shyly all you can do is to look up
Staring into the sun Eric Von Rohr
Eyes blinking in the brilliance and the sun, he seems to blush
You yearn to take her into your arms
But today it’s the sun’s dance
Today he is her partner

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