Poetic Thursday: Unchoreographed

Welcome to the first Poetic Thursday of October. We always enjoy sharing poetry with our friends, Pam, and her kitties, Teddy and Angel Sammy.

This is our photo for inspiration:

And here’s my poem:


I’m trying out for this modern dance,
and I think I may just have a chance.

No one will notice my two left feet,
or that I can’t keep rhythm with the beat.

Since choreography is a thing of the past;
I should be easily chosen for this cast.

So come see the show if you have a chance,
And it’ll be our little secret that I can’t dance.

~These Days Of Mine~



6 responses to “Poetic Thursday: Unchoreographed

  1. HAHAHA….good one. The interesting thing is that interpretive or modern dance is as complicated as ballet – just in a slightly different direction. I actually LOVE ballet but don’t care for modern dance but that’s just ME! Thanks for playing with poetry along with us every week……….


  2. I LOVE dance – just have two left feet, also! I think when dance looks the least choreographed, it’s the most choreographed. Curious isn’t it? Moves I could never make, Poetry I could never create. You do such a fun job with it.

  3. I do love to watch dancers do their thing, but modern dance leaves me scratching my head – huh? I know they’re interpreting something but I can’t figure out what. Ha!

  4. just keep moving _ with that many people up there, nobody will notice … maybe …

  5. Great poem. It gave our mom a good chuckle. She took modern dance in college but dropped it. She couldn’t dance either. XOCK, angel Lily Olivia, angel Mauricio, Misty May, angel Giulietta, angel Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth, Calista Jo, Cooper Murphy, Sawyer, Kizmet, Audrey & Raleigh

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