Dancing Through Time Black and White
Can you remember?
Holding onto the dreams of the past
I can still see your face, your smile
I can hear the laughter and the joy
I can feel your touch, tearful emotions
when crying wasn't always a sadness.
There were those wonderful moments
when it was just me and you
and nothing but time between us.
I can remember
Holding tight to those memories
We can trip the light fantastic
we can dance to old songs and melodies
we can reminisce on how wonderful life was
let's be together then, forever dancing through time.
Two Dancers in black and white
when the only difference is the sequel of life
which follows in melodic repertoire of humanity.
Photo from Helen Levitt
Through the photographs in Helen Levitt’s book A Way of Seeing (now in its third printing by Duke University Press) have long been regarded as classics of 20th century photography, a significant aspect of Levitt’s work from this period is relatively little known. It is also not commonly known that Levitt has continued to produce important work throughout the 1970’s and 1980’s.
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