Ballet of Poetry

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Ballet of Poetry

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With a pirouette of personification
She ignited her carousel of fantasy
As slow enchanting adagio verses
Freed me from my loveless tragédie

Under my spotlight ballon rhymes
Made my heart skip a graceful beat
With her assemblé rhymes floating
She slowly swept me off of my feet

Who could resist such choreography
For her entrée had me from the start
When my prima ballerina performed
A ballet of poetry in my aching heart

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390 thoughts on “Ballet of Poetry

    1. Flattered by your kind words. Happy you liked this.
      Sorry, for the delay in my response. Two long back to back vacations have me months behind in answering comments. Apprecisate your words.
      Thanks for stopping by to read and comment.

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                    1. It’s actually probably the exact translation of besitos. Kiss is Filí and little kisses, filakia.
                      I could teach you more Greek if you want, lol. I presume filthy dirty words will be first

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                    2. Obviously. I am not up for teaching anyone the Greek alphabet, it’s a nightmare.

                      What do you want to know?
                      Well you know “agapi” it just means love, as a term of endearment or as the actual meaning of the word
                      I don’t think I’ve said anything else so far.

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                    3. The stress is on the second syllable. And the ‘g’ isn’t really a hard ‘g’ as we say in English. It’s more back of the throat. Hard to explain. You could probably listen to it with the lovely Google translate lady’s voice

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