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Country Dance Poems

These Country Dance poems are examples of Dance poems about Country. These are the best examples of Dance Country poems written by international poets.

Premium Member Born To Dance
Born wearing ballet shoes
without knowing,
far in the deep nature, 
in the Sakhalin Islands,
a ballet star opened his eyes
for the first time.

Warmed by the love of...

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Categories: absence, allegory, blessing, dance,

Premium Member Kids and Country
Shake it up baby, twist and shout.
Swing your partner round and round,
dip down spin around do-si-doe.
Rock back to your heals, 
drop down to your knees,

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Categories: dance,

Premium Member Music
As a baby we first hear music as a lovely lullaby,
in loving arms as we are rocked to sleep.
As a toddler we learn to dance...

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Categories: baby, child, dance, fun,

Premium Member My Fears
I fear for Nigeria my country
I fear for the giant of Africa
I fear for God’s Master piece
I fear for a country that is always
Trapped in...

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Categories: dance, allusion, anxiety, betrayal, conflict,

Premium Member The Vultures Dance
Timelike and the decaying bodies piled high cease to amuse the vultures now


Single shots give the rebels confidence


They attack in force


Heavy machine...

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© Paul Bell  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: dance, death, universe, war,

Premium Member In Destiny's Way
From pirouettes to guitar frets
    ballet to country crooners

  Enchanted elegance poached
    by bluegrass sand-duners...

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Categories: dance, music,

The Assignment
Kenya is a really poor country and you can easily buy any police person to kill someone..When some strong officials were threatening a senior journalist...

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© The One  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: africa, betrayal, body, dance,

Premium Member Dragonfly Storm
In recent years I had grown so forgetful, like noon without memory of night.
I forgot special events and sundry items, like books, my phone, or...

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Categories: beautiful, color, dance, imagery,

Dancing Like Fred Astaire
The discovery at aged seventy
Explained to me at last
The source of my problems 
From way way back in my past.
Not just a clumsy country idiot,

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Categories: dance, desire, friendship love,

Premium Member Charlatans and Chameleons Prance and Dance
Charlatans and chameleons prancing in a country western dancing line
If Charlatans had stayed in place, all would have been quite fine
Charls are used to being...

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Categories: dance, fantasy,

Hymn Mi Row-Knumb
Drilling into
stone to
manage water
waters to be
stored and
Then how might
I speak such when
My existence can
be questioned in
opposition to my
Fro. Stranger to
Less strained.
Might the freindly
way of...

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Categories: art, business, culture, dance,

The Fall of the West
The fall of the west

Easy, abortion worrying, call for an appointment at five.
A well-educated woman has a career to consider
 this is her right to...

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© Jan Hansen  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: angst, betrayal, dance,

Premium Member Billy Dean - Dk
Billy Dean was a famous man
A country singer – I was a fan
It happened that I met him
He was all handsome and trim

When he embraced...

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Categories: dance, music, song, western,

Premium Member Ken's Last Dance
I think that he understood it, but refused to accept it.
He was past getting old, but he was still full of life and love.
He said...

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Categories: dance, family, friendship,

I used to live in Chester, a beautiful town
and often walked along the Roman wall and, in my mind,
I saw Roman soldiers sitting...

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© Jan Hansen  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: dance, 4th grade, anger, birth,