Sunday, July 29, 2012

CCCXLVIII - Pas de Deux


 Red Dirt Girl posted a collection of photos of nude dancers (careful!).
dVerse had a prompt to write something including words from a foreign language.
Well, what was I to do?  It's obvious, really:

A lady who danced in the nude,
Was sweet and gracefully imbued.
The lead took his chance,
And invited her to dance,
And together they ‘Pas de Deux’ed
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© 2012   J Cosmo Newbery
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11 comments:

  1. I'm bemused at being a muse, in only the smallest of ways. They say men are visual creatures - you certainly 'see' more than most!

    well done ;)
    xxx

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  2. Your poem has a beautiful music attached to it ... loved it :-)

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  3. RDG: Your photos fill the artist's need for a naked muse sweetly, if remotely.

    Green Speck: Thank you.

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  4. Great limerick Cosmos! Wonder how the dance could have ended - everyone all in one piece? Great!

    Hank

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  5. smiles....lovely...have done that...took ballet with my wife in college....the limerick form works well for this too...

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  6. That was quite a sensual dance ~

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  7. Great poem. Love the photo although if it was me, I'd prefer my top on. She could get a job at the Moulin Rouge xx

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  8. An appropriate subject for a limmerick. I love the sound of Pas de Deux'ed, very silly!

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  9. TigerbriteJuly 30, 2012

    Love your limerick :)

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  10. Wow! Our theme is somewhat similiar for this prompt which is amazing. The flow of your words is beautiful. Very fluid

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