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Les Diables Derniere Danser

The horizon azure with streaks of amber 
The crackling of gravel beneath the horses feet 
Hundreds of guests quiet their banter 
Just to hear the sound of his heartbeat 
Golden rays peek behind The Manor
The crowd applauds as he trickles  down two steps to a carpet above stone
He turns towards the carriage to see a beautiful smile from cheek to cheek
Stars fill his head as he reaches a shaky hand to help her
But there’s no need 
She floats down like an angel from her seat 
She turns to face him as she giggles from embarrassment 
Never thought the world would look at you and only you he asks 
She hits his chest and laughs
Her eyes melt him like ice scorched by flame 
They walk the path as the guards open the gate 
Roses and daisies line the ground below them
The ball room is empty as the two exchange a glance 
The guests behind cheer for a dance 
He takes her hand and pulls her close to his soul
And the chandeliers light make an angel in Paris glow
The pianist plays Liebestraum 
With every key he plays his love for her grows 
Around and around they go dazing in each others eyes till he hits his last note 
Again they clap their hands in endless cheer 
Only they aren’t cheering for him
In her ear he whispers 
They’re applauding for you my dear 
As she bows her head he looks at her in awe 
For in his head all he can think 
Is she’s the most beautiful woman he ever saw

Copyright © Michael Brouillard | Year Posted 2019

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