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Jul 2013
We danced across the roof of the sky,
with the lightning flashing by
we laughed and held each other tight.
It was just another night in Monterey.

And dashing from one bolt to the next one
the dance carried on 'til the break of day,
when we set aside the morning light.
Then held each other tight once more,
stepped up to the door of dawn
and opened wide the seals.
This ,
the reason why we're born to dance with thunder
and split apart
the gentleness of the aching heart.
To
step inside the eagerness of why we hide
and slide down rainbows,
twinkling toes and stars that shine are yours ,
be mine.

Time slips down along with rain
and what hurt once,does so no longer
and while the storm we carry gets much stronger
we become
serene,
moving,dancing in our dream
and amid the streams of crashing life that smash upon the shore
we open once again the door
and are born once more into the
dance we make.
John Edward Smallshaw
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John Edward Smallshaw  64/Here and now
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