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Fandango

As a result of the extravagant features of the dance, the word fandango is used as a synonym for “a quarrel,” “a big fuss,” or “a brilliant exploit.” It’s already too hot in this office and too cold outside my … Continue reading

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Haiku 13.13: The waltz

I’m dancing with her but I am looking over her shoulder at you

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Dancer

Johannes Kepler’s Astronomia Nova — music of the spheres

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“The Dance,” Audio Post

  Reading my new poem, The Dance.

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The Dancers

You could see what a funny couple they made, leaping and flapping like cranes in springtime, leaning on each other like old trees in winter, waltzing carefully one-two-three across the floor so he would not step on her, barefoot and in pearls.

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dance of the poets

i do not know the steps fandango          watusi          pas de deux to write the poets dance                     you will find me by the punch bowl          sweating or out on the balcony imagining myself          or you in the blank face of … Continue reading

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The Jig

One and all oldtimers      which must include too me And all the gray haired rhymers      came out tonight to see And hear guitar and fiddle      entwined like wood and ivy With Irish jigs the riddle      to make … Continue reading

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