May We Dance?
A poem from the novel
"The Essence of Poetry II:Gerald's Sophomore Yet Grown Poetrybook"
Written by: Gerald L. Ingraham
Allow me to play a tad of music so soft
To relax your mind and all the tension;
You are a fallen angel who was once aloft
And you also now have all my attention.
I need to love someone,
So why I not start with you?
You are the one to whom I belong
And I would like to make dreams true.
Please take my hand and let me lead;
I will love you with the utmost romance,
I have come this far and ready to plead
Just for this opportunity to slow dance.
The moon is out and the night is young;
Place your hand gently in mine,
And the other around my neck so long;
Let your heartbeat keep your step in line.
For, the heart has the rhymth of love;
Close your eyes and allow love to flow,
As we dance a dance that would dream of;
Believe that love make this dance last so.
Allow me the dance the memory over all,
Because you are so beautiful tonight,
I can not muse of another in love to fall,
As your rhythm with mine befits so right.
But this all was dream come true,
Once I ask you the question of our lives,
"May we dance the night through?"
That became the start of many lovely nights.
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