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Dance

By Marvin Wey All Rights Reserved ©

Romance / Poetry

Chapter 1

My heart forms the shape of the words in this music,
My mind has its reasons and tries to refuse it,
I told you I try to avoid this confusion,
I don’t need to know – if I feel.

What did your mind whisper, when you took my hand?
When you told me you liked my, but you do have a man.
How did your heart oppose when you told me to leave.
I thought this goodbye was forever but my mind was deceived


Once you told me you don’t say goodbye,
Then you left forever with a mote in your eyes,
Your mind is oblivious; your heart tries to be,
I hope you never forget how we danced on the beach.


Surrounded by waves, feeling the overnight ocean,
Lost in our eyes and kisses and tipsy emotions,
You asked me, “did you expect that to happen?”
No, our hearts were spontaneously free.

I feared your mind, begged you to shout, if you regret,
But your heart convinced your head, that I’m no longer a threat,
Not only the hands of the clock met, on new years eve,
I felt this kiss lasts forever but this time my heart was deceived


Once you told me you don’t say goodbye,
Then you left forever with a mote in your eyes,
Your mind is oblivious; your heart tries to be,
I hope you never forget how we danced on the beach.


If you had not left for good and all,
You would have been the cause to lose my heart,
And now my mind explains to me, why you don’t deserve this melody,
But my heart enjoys this beat and keeps this memory!


Once you told me you don’t say goodbye,
Then you left forever with a mote in your eyes,
Your mind is oblivious; your heart tries to be,
I hope you never forget how we danced on the beach.

Once I told you, I do say goodbye,
Then I left forever with the truth in my eyes,
My mind is oblivious; my heart tries to be,
I will never forget how we danced on the beach.

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