Slow Dancing
Author: Clive B Ringshall


Holding you close and moving so slow,
You too hold me soft yet firm,
My hands run down your back,
With a smile your eyes shine in the light,
Feet moving as if on their own they glide,
So graceful our bodies become as one,
This moment between you and me was meant to last,
Moments we’ve shared in bliss,
Dreams we’ve shared and not compared,
Moments we’ve shared they don’t compare,
This moment with you in my arms,
This moment our bodies closer than before,
This moment together we move as one,
This moment our movements become as one,
With grace we portray our love to all,
In harmony we grasp each other tight,
As I lead you in this our very own dance.


Comments on this poem/writing:

Terrie* ( -- Sunday, February 5 2006, 10:54 pm

a Romantic Heart shares many precious moments

Clive , this is a sweet read, sent a surge of chills down my spine, slow dancin' cain bring
two bodies many moments of closeness,and a life time of memories.. beautiful read
Clive ( -- Monday, February 6 2006, 07:00 am

thank you oh queen

glad it's feelings came across, thank you my friend in words
John E ( -- Tuesday, February 7 2006, 04:14 pm


this was an amazing read, also sent a chill through me! and that does not happen to me much!
lovely, just lovely.
Clive ( -- Wednesday, February 15 2006, 03:08 am


Thank you John for reading
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