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Stardust Dance: A Poem

Updated on May 28, 2012
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Just dancing in a room crowded thin,


God, I wish You would move and cut in,


Please dig in until I bleed,


Because over me you need to supersede,


I'm tired of my selfish amibitions,


My kingdom won't come despite faulty premonitions,


Carry me around this busy ballroom,


Until I accept Your truth and not assume,


That my life will always be daisies and butterflies,


And that this silly mask will always disguise,


Shine through my heart with joy and peace,


Let Your love overflow me until I cease.


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      JadedLove 5 years ago

      Simply lovely. I feel so much desire in your words. overflow with love until you cease. Beautiful.

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      jami l. pereira 5 years ago

      Beautifully written , thank you for sharing this piece , i love it !

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      Erin Bower 5 years ago from Georgia

      JadedLove: I'm pleased that you could recognize the passion and desire that I wanted to convey in this poem. Thanks for your kind words!

      jami l. pereira: I'm so glad you enjoyed it. Thanks for commenting! :)

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      5 years ago

      Lovely poem.

      What exactly did you have in mind with the imagery of 'dig in until I bleed' in a ballroom context?

      Blessings.

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      Erin Bower 5 years ago from Georgia

      I guess it doesn't really work into the metaphor of dancing in the ballroom. I wanted to express how much I wanted God to take control of the 'dance' of life.

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      5 years ago

      Okay; ty :)

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