Dance with Me

Dance with Me
(just one slow waltz)

My love,
Take my shaking hand
And dance with me
For good times’ sake

Wrap your arms
Around my quivering body
And glide with me
In a sensual rhythm

Allow your heart sing
One last serenade
With mine

Taste a final poem
From my lips
And let me breathe you in
Once more

Let’s close
This unfinished chapter
With whispers
That only we
Can hear

Let’s celebrate us
It is time to change

Dance with me
Just one

© Noora (2012)

26 thoughts on “Dance with Me

        1. I remember writing this like it was yesterday. My heart was still longing to be heard and hoping to gain some closure or guidance for the new journey.


  1. Reblogged this on Echoes and Reflections and commented:

    Re-blogging one of my very first posts. A poem I was working on last night reminded me of this piece. I’ll be back to post and read soon. Please bear with me 🙂 Hope you’re all having a fantastic week. – Noora


  2. it is amazing how poetry speaks to every single person – sometimes it makes you smile, sometimes it makes stop in the middle of reading as it reminds you of something painful, sometimes you just don’t get it and sometimes you get it so deeply that it touches every string of your soul.



    1. … it IS amazing! It is also always so incredible and inspiring to know that my words have either touched or inspired someone. What more could I ask for!? Thank you so much for reading and leaving your thoughts, Dace! I always look forward to your inspirational posts.


  3. This is so beautiful. So sad but in a lovely way. The one last dance – when two people know it must end – a final goodbye. This brought tears to my eyes.


  4. Noora, this is so pure!
    Just an honest request, that plea that comes from our very core for those “one last” things.
    I felt every word..felt the longing.. the apprehension..the reluctance to let go!
    Its fantastic!

    ~Much Love,


  5. This poem hits home. Your voice is beautiful and very recognizable. Just out of curiosity, do you have any dark poetry?


    1. Thank you so much, Kimberly. What do you mean by “dark”? I have written some “painful” poems but they are quiet, not loud. I haven’t shared them anywhere.


  6. …. your words were music Noora, played and moved me … thank you …now I require a tissue….wipe the tears away…. then another chance, to dance a romance x


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