Her Harmony

The practices had multiplied manifold,

Yet the feet yearned to live the rhythm each night,

It was no longer a mere crush,

It was more than love at first sight.


‘Lose yourself and discovery shall ensue’,

Echoed her brain cells in a saintly fashion,

As she breathed fresh and lived anew,

The queue of admirers resonated a passionate vibe,

As she moved delicately with caution.


Her dance pursued her liberal soul,

Seeking for a reflection,

Harmonizing her energy in his eyes,

Little did the audience know,

Their hearts locked

In between the third row and the stage light.

( Follows the first part where Rapunzel is enroute her dance session)

Rapunzel of the 21st 

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Poems and Short Stories

Poetry, Fiction, and Various Creative Writng, by Zachary Walma


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