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#Poem‘Do You Want To Dance?’: Fiza Pathan

January 31, 2016

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It’s been three years or almost four,

Since you and I we spoke no more.

But today I ask you to please understand,

It’s Valentines’ dear and do you want to dance?

We will hold our emotions in a song with step,

Of promises we had always indeed kept.

But today I ask you to please hold my hand,

It’s Valentines’ dear and do you want to dance?

The club house glitters with tunes of amour around me,

In your arms I realized all these years we didn’t cheat.

But today I ask you to please listen to the rock band,

It’s Valentines’ dear and do you want to dance?

Open your eyes to the love we’ve not forgotten,

Or the sweet words you said still not gone rotten.

But today I ask you to jive with me don’t say you can’t,

It’s Valentines’ dear and do you want to dance?

As you watch me pervade into your memory of old,

Don’t you remember the poems that made us so bold?

But today I ask you to fall in love with me again in a glance,

It’s Valentines’ dear and do you want to dance?

My heart missed your beat so much that I couldn’t control,

So let’s mingle our hearts’ wishes to the night before it turns cold.

But today I ask you to give me another chance,

It’s Valentines’ dear and do you want to dance?

Caress me as we sway our dance with the drum beat,

Let the past be gone behind us and pick up the heat.

But today I ask you to seduce me into a trance,

It’s Valentines’ dear and do you want to dance?

And when this night will end don’t break my heart,

Let’s stay together forever never more apart.

But today I ask you to slay my heart with your shimmering smile like a lance,

It’s Valentines’ dear and do you want to dance?

Copyright © 2016 Fiza Pathan

Image courtesy: http://www.morguefile.com/archive/display/897464

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