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Gypsy's dance

Updated on January 21, 2011

Gypsies dance on a moonlit night

As they sang in such delight

Warmth by an open fire

They did feast

With folk songs and happy feet

Children laugh as the elders played

On instruments so joyful gay

They chant, shout and talked about

Freedom to travel, and walkabout

But still they lived by hand to mouth

With nothing waste

They ate and taste

With smiles of happiness

Upon their face (c)

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    • James A Watkins profile image

      James A Watkins 6 years ago from Chicago

      Thank you the pleasure of reading this fine poem.

    • deepthought profile image
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      Deep 6 years ago from In the middle of nowhere and worldwide but still that T.O.kid from da north of America

      No, thank you for taking time to read it James....

      have a good day my hub friend

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      Dave 6 years ago from Lancashire north west England

      Like this one my friend, enhanced by your choice of photographs.

    • deepthought profile image
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      Deep 6 years ago from In the middle of nowhere and worldwide but still that T.O.kid from da north of America

      Thanks D.A.L for you comment

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