“Dancing With Juliet” By


So Juliet swings across the midnight twilight. And me Romeo ask Juliet to dance under the stars were a shooting star fell upon us. As I wish to God to make this night ours forever. Like a CINDIREL’s story I ask Juliet to take her shoes off. Then just like that we sway under the blue moon. And she dances like swan in the lake; I held my feelings captive inside an apple, for she is the only apple that my eyes can see that night. My heart may be blind but it is not deaf to hear or feel the words that heaven describe. For it is like a never-ending imaginary line that you can’t see from a far distance. So our dances do the talking and do the magic that everyone can only be seen on fantasy.

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