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Tango Dance Poems

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

Premium Member Wild Balanced Frenzy
they danced with a liquid wild balanced frenzy
it was rather a glide than a street brawl
but had the same kinds of feelings in it
beautiful couple,...

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Categories: dance,

Premium Member The Forever Dance
and song
all day long
still for moments
then roaming blooms and fuchsia midnight rooms
restless rapt wind rousing all to tango
in orange mists
of dawn or

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Categories: color, dance, nature, song,

Premium Member To Dance In Fall
The falling leaves serenade and ballet 
Whilst the harvest moon slowly waves good-bye 
The sky; a straw-like yellow chardonnay 
As the "Good morning" sun rises...

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Categories: dance, autumn,

Away In the Dance Hall
Away in the dance hall
no partner in tow.
I had it in my mind
to put on a show.

But with my two left feet
trouble lay in store.

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© John Read  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: dance, humor,

Don'T Sit
And, my dear,
It is cruel that a song must end so soon,
More when we've barely had a chance to dance
—Don't sit.

We will indulge in this...

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© Bantu West  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: dance, analogy, blessing, cute love,

Premium Member The Terror of Threes
Three celestial bodies 'tis a crowd.
A trinity, a tussle kerfuffle if you please!
The 'three body problem' in space
made Sir Isaac Newton's head ache.
He couldn't sleep...

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Categories: dance, love, sleep, stars,

Premium Member Spring Dance
Spring's tiny fluttering visitors ~ Bring along magic and whimsy.

tiny hummingbirds
tango while sipping nectar ~
delightful dancers

Tiny Hummingbirds appear fluttering at the feeder,
wings in iridescent green,...

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Categories: dance, beautiful, birth, nature,

Premium Member The Yellow Jacket Dance
The bad news is we have yellow jackets in our yard.
A colony of which I whole-heartedly disapprove.
The good news is these yellow jackets showed me…I...

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© Jim Yerman  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: dance,

When Joy Waltzes In
Joy dances in even to the bereft
She cracks my frown with a tango
Then she leaves my house swept

Joy is a hummingbird trapped indoors
Her iridescence lights...

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Categories: dance, death, extended metaphor,

Premium Member We Played a Forest Dance
moss smelled me coming
i felt her under my bare toes
she gave me a tickle
we played a forest dance
me giant, her worming around tree
the best tango...

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Categories: dance, nature,

Premium Member Windy Words
In the breathless
Winds of March, gusts
Force the daffodils
To swirl, a waltz – the tango,
Disco possibly, the sun
A glistening ball, dazzling
Even the heart who smiles
Past the...

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Categories: dance, wind,

Premium Member The Tango
wow! hot sizzling steps
flourishes and flounces
she is in chiffon
where did he get the tuxedo?
he was never this debonair or polished when we dated
I stare, mesmerized...

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Categories: dance,

Premium Member Confetti Sunset
Last eve's sunset wowed
for it held a million hues
as night stood waiting.
Reds and plums, hailed fading blues
Orange and pink spread the news.

I took a photo

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Categories: appreciation, color, dance, nature,

Danseuse Divine - Part the First
She slipped into the ballroom
Shimmied across the floor
Bobbed a graceful curtsy
Slid quickly through the door
Leaving some mixed reactions
From all those gathered there
First time they’d seen...

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Categories: adventure, appreciation, culture, dance,

Premium Member Number Four
Number Four

It takes one to know one, I'm sure you'd agree
As it takes two to tango on a grand ballroom floor
I've heard it's a crowd...

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Categories: dance, humor,