Saturday, March 21, 2015

They who dance

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Today we celebrate the first day of spring and World Poetry Day with a poem by Marjorie Allen Seiffert, written in 1919 for those who dance… Enjoy!






The feet of dancers

Shine with mirth,

Their hearts are vibrant as bells:

The air flows by them

Divided like water

Cut by a gleaming ship.

Triumphantly their bodies sing,

Their eyes are blind

With music.

They move through threatening ghosts

Feeling them cool as mist

On their brows.

They who dance

Find infinite golden floors

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