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Villanelle Dance Poems | Villanelle Poems About Dance

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Dance of Love

They swayed together in the dance of love
strangers that were captured by a hot glance
watched with joyfulness by a white dove

Hand in hand they strolled around the cove
promised that  they would return to this place
they swayed together in the dance of love

walking through the glen filled with foxglove
then tenderly he led her to his place
watched with joyfulness by a white dove

They stood talking, air full of scent of clove
the room was lit by candles and fireplace
they swayed together in the dance of love

Time passed soon they moved to the staircase
he helped her climb up to the bed space
watched with joyfulness by a white dove

They were married in a white olive grove
spending their honeymoon at his birthplace
they swayed together in the dance of love
watched with joyfulness by a white dove 


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Dance Fever

We dance to strains of music for the thrill
for when musicians play we feel the beat.
Great music is a balm for every ill.

Sometimes we dance until we feel the chill
and cringe because of numbness in our feet.
We dance to strains of music for the thrill.

Three times a week we hoof a practice drill.
We must prepare for soon we shall compete.
Great music is a balm for every ill.

Our mated moves require a heap of skill,
to master them makes us appear elite.
We dance to strains of music for the thrill.

Our perfect form could garner us a frill
at Silver Games; to win the Gold is sweet.
Great music is a balm for every ill.

Our troupe performs the dance without a spill
we bring our medals home clutched like a treat.
We dance to strains of music for the thrill.
Great music is a balm for every ill.                                        


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The Dancer

I’ve always loved to dance
I’ve looked without success
I found this quite by chance
 
I’m told this comes from France
suppose they’re right, I guess
I’ve always loved to dance
 
around I go almost in a trance
still looking, but I confess
I found this quite by chance
 
I see this girl and glance
she twirls at me with flying dress
I’ve always loved to dance
 
Happy time, I can prance
never once with any distress
I found this quite by chance
 
will she bring me romance
but Oh dear I do digress
I’ve always loved to dance
I found this quite by chance