Dancing to life

by Jem Croucher

surdo

I danced on a quay at Emsworth
playing a really big drum
The crowds from the town all following us
and everyone having fun

I danced with Pride in Brighton
‘neath a rainbow coloured flag
The crowds of people partying
in the sun made me feel glad

I danced on the Portsmouth waterfront
as five tall ships furled sail
The rhythm of the music thrummed
and helped tell a happy tale

I danced then and I’m dancing now
because the music never dies
It’s always in my heart and mind
for that’s where my rhythm lies

Photo – surdo drummers – ‘Beach Bateria’ samba band – by Jempics

2 Comments to “Dancing to life”

  1. Beautiful, never stop dancing.

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