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Foxtrot Dance Poems

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

Premium Member Let's Have This Dance
Would you care
   to dance with me?
      I'll let you 

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Categories: art, dance, encouraging, fun,

Premium Member I Never Danced
I never danced not a stride
 hard as I tried
the rhythm and the songs
 pushed two left feet along
ever turning to the right
 but I...

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© DM Babbit  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: dance,

Premium Member Foxtrot for People or for Horses
Foxtrot for dances or horses?
Both I suppose.
Who does it better?

Comparing them would be 
Like comparing onions to Lazy-boy-recliners,
Comparing lima beans to undertakers,

Comparing lavender to unicorns,

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Categories: dance, 10th grade, 11th grade,

When I was young and frivolous and having so much fun
I danced until I heard the dawn chorus being sung
a sparkly golden hair clip adorned...

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Categories: dance, night, old, youth,

Animal limerick
Foxy lady

I’m not one for sport I confess
And I like playing chess even less,
But when I get the chance
I will happily dance
A quick foxtrot with...

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Categories: dance,

Step in the past

I sat in the kitchen, Mum stood at the sink,
the radio nattered away,
when all of a sudden she stopped washing the pots,
a Fleetwood Mac song...

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© Viv Wigley  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: dance, memory,



A village copper was on his beat
When he saw a parked car rocking
The rate that it was moving
It really...

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Categories: car, dance, humorous,

Premium Member Cunning as a Foxtrot
Quite suddenly, she’s at his side,
“You care to dance?” she asks, wide-eyed,
Her deadly charm can’t be denied -
All sense submits to suicide.

Her hair burns red,...

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Categories: animal, dance, lust, sensual,

They Still Shoot Horses

Two pairs of Equus eyes that motion dare,
foxtrot to the midnight endless dance
Their heated passion is an Appaloosa affair,
day number three of a spotty romance


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Categories: dance, metaphor, romance, social,

Premium Member You Can Never Dance A Tango With A Mango
     You Can Never Dance A Tango With A Mango

     You can never dance a Tango With...

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Categories: dance, fruit, humor,

Premium Member Stepping Through Time
 I'm a visitor from tomorrow 
    In the realm of yesterday
 Some dance steps I'll borrow
   When the music...

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© Joseph May  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: dance, people,

New Years Resolutions
I would like to remember 
what it feels like to dance,
as I shuffle through streets
devoid of romance. 

Shimmying and shaking
Grooving and gyrating
Wriggling and waggling
Bopping and...

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Categories: adventure, change, confidence, dance,

Puttin on the Ritz
Had an invite to a ball in Lake Tahoe
at the Ritz Carlton what a surprise.
To celebrate in true old fashioned style
opened a door couldn’t believe...

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Categories: dance, old, time,

Premium Member ''puttin on the ritz''
it's saturday night     time to put on-
the ritz    put away the  dull life    ...

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Categories: dance, grandparents, music,

Ballroom Delights
The ballroom looked inviting
as I stood at the entrance door
the lights were brightly shining
from the ceiling to the floor

The music filled the air
as couples danced...

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Categories: dance, happiness, night, summer,

Premium Member A SEASON'S DANCE
All seasons romp through nightfall, dawn, and rain
With leaves prancing as breezes lead their  way ,
A tango of summer glazes the spotlight
When boughs display...

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Categories: dance, seasons,

Life is a Dance
Sometimes life is such a bore we run on automatic;
Then it’s time to tango for a dash of the dramatic.
Or when things are dull and...

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Categories: dance, life, life, life, time,

Last Dance
“The wood feels so cold,” she thinks,
Running her hand along the freshly, waxed surface,
“And his tie is not straight.”
Her trembling fingers instinctually reach in,
Repositioning the...

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Categories: loss, dance, dance, together,