Excuse me while I dance a Quadrillion Quadrilles.

..

Seriously. Is there
any force greater than
inertia? Verses spilled.
A one
two
step
of syllables,
scattered feet
across a quiet white
floor. Bow
to your partner, now,
dance a humbled jig.

Come, Love. We shall dance
ourselves blank
across this smooth
ivory
moon.

 

..
And then there were four


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8 Responses to Excuse me while I dance a Quadrillion Quadrilles.

  1. kim881 says:

    Spill those verses and syllables some more – they lead a merry dance!

  2. Oh this is splendid.. The last few lines.. Dance ourselves blank across the moon

  3. Grace says:

    WOW, love the ending lines De ~ You are the winner in the # of entries for this challenge ~

  4. Sienna says:

    “floor. B/ow” … This makes me think of how I creamed myself falling at the bottom of the stairs the other night. I hurt myself so badly, but I never stopped to think of what I might have done to the floor. 😉

    “Fluid Or” is a nice phrase, don’t you think? Which easily turns into a fluid door.

    This is very secretly sexy, De.

  5. kanzensakura says:

    Of all of them, I like this best. Excellent ending. splendid poem.

  6. Dancing inertia..
    forward.. backward
    up.. down..
    all around
    inside outside
    all atoms inside
    spinning electrons
    positive ions do tale
    a larGe story in briGht
    eYes of yestermorrow
    now.. de-
    tales
    are smAll
    big picture
    tales Uni-
    Verse whole..
    seven more
    words of danCinG
    plus thirty seven…:)

    And PS.. so far now..
    i’ve done 33 Quadrilles
    in response to Quadrilles
    before i respond iN dancing
    poeTry to the prompt
    about responding
    to prompts
    again..
    and what
    else.. oh yeah..
    tHeRe iS dancCinG
    DanCinG aGaiN
    and thanks for
    the Quadrille
    dancing prompt.. now 34…:)

  7. Bodhirose says:

    Ha, you did another one, De! “Verses spilled”…”a one two step of syllables”…love that last line, just excellent!

  8. sreejaharikrishnan says:

    Yes, this is splendid. ..loved the closing lines…

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