Dancing in my head.

by willowdot21

Photo credits google images

You will not lose that curvature and  your figure will never be the same and I am sorry to say, dear, you need to get used to that pain.

Looking out the window I heard the words they said  but I was miles away by then dancing in my head .

When I get tired-out walking dragging through rain or snow their words creep back to bug me but I’ll work hard and all of them  I’ll show.

When I feel pushed and pressured and all I can think of is the words that they said.

I close my eyes and bugger them. I go dancing in my head!

When looking in the mirror is too much to bare and my clothes don’t look as they should ,so I feel none of them can I wear.

I close my eyes and pick up the music thread and bugger them I go dancing in my head!

When pain is over baring and I can’t get out of bed I close my eyes and bugger them I go dancing in my head.

I am still me I know it even though I do not look the same when I am feeling at my worst I play my saving game.

I am sorry if you think me rude and blanch at things I’ve said but when it all becomes too much I go dancing in my head.

I always loved to dance and get angry when I look back for not dancing more.

Okay I would of had to have done so on my own my other half would not of joined me but now it is too late my dancing days have flown.

So when I feel  tired or in pain or all I can think of is the words the doctors said I close my eyes and kick out,Oh!  bugger them I am dancing in my head!

4 Comments to “Dancing in my head.”

  1. Willow, I so empathize with this! Wonderful poem – keep on dancing in your head (that’s what I must do too, nowadays….)

  2. That’s all i can do now, dance in my mind 🙂

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