Poetry

Dancing With Life

I must practice my steps and moves
So that when life asks me to dance I won’t trip and lose balance
But dance like David in the dance floor of life

I must learn to listen like a musician
So that when life starts playing its music
I will dance in the rhythm like a symphony of harmonious melodies in the dance floor of life

I must learn to be flexible with my body
So that when life plays me a song
I can move fast and slow with the rhythm and meter
While covered by the color of music in the dance floor of life

I must learn to nurse my wounds and pain
So that when life tricks me with complex styles of music and I missed a step
I can nurture my weary soul and feel the master’s touch as I prevail in the dance floor of life

Get ready to dance, for life will always ask, and does not care whether you can dance or not. Or whether you know or like the song. Dance with life as you take each step toward uncovering the beauty, color, and the texture of music life may play for you.

Dancing requires practice. Let’s dance with vibrancy and cheer for one another in the dance floor of life.

Happy Saturday to you all, and thank you for reading. Wishing you all a wonderful weekend:)

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4 comments on “Dancing With Life

  1. “I must learn to nurse my wounds and pain
    So that when life tricks me with complex styles of music and I missed a step
    I can nurture my weary soul and feel the master’s touch as I prevail in the dance floor of life.”
    My highlight and favorite lines.
    Surely both those who know how to dance and those who don’t are going to get some injuries at some points.
    The need to heed that advice becomes of most importance.
    Thanks for sharing and do have a lovely Saturday💕

    Liked by 1 person

    • Thank you, Joshua for reading and sharing your favorite lines, highlights, and thoughtful insights.

      Well said🤗 no one is really exempted when it comes to life and it’s little surprises.

      Thank you, and have lovely one too❤

      Liked by 1 person

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