Hide in the Quiet

floating down the great hall

like a jasmine scented breeze

meeting up only to split again

to become one for a time

in a wafting dance of wild smiles

twisting turning curls spinning 

elegantly skirting the floor

an inside spin before an outward lash

swaying for hours together before

they hide in the quiet shadows

becoming close and entangled

entwined in a gently locked grasp

softly touching throughout the night

until they are discovered at dawn

by the lonely jealous broom



6 thoughts on “Hide in the Quiet

      • I try not to assume I know what the writer is talking about as I used to think if it looks like a duck and quacks like a duck, it’s probably a duck, but on WP it usually ends up being something completely different…like a chicken.

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