See That Girl – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

At dVerse Lillian is hosting Poetics with a tribute to long time member of the bar Bjorn from Sweden and the invitation is to write a poem using a line form Abba’s ‘Dancing Queen.’

I could’t get past dancing or the line “Ooh, see that girl.”

dVerse Poets – Poetics – This One’s For You Bjorn

Photo: funktionevents.co.uk

See That Girl

Ooh, see that girl,
she's like a candy swirl,
strobed ball mirrored in her eyes,
flashing amyl smiles for those 
night-time miles of Donna and Gloria,
spine melting moves and chakra 
grooves sashayed to the spine,
it's Friday loose and the beat divine


Copyright 2021 ยฉPaul Vincent Cannon
All Rights Reserved ยฎ

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35 responses to “See That Girl – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon

  1. A fun verse that aptly captures the disco vibe.

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  2. A great poem and great photo as well. Captivating and beautiful!

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  3. such a cheerful poem ๐Ÿ™‚ – put a smile on my face!

    โค
    David

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  4. YES! I’m right there watching this dancing queen….and dancing with her too! Well penned!

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  5. sanaarizvi

    This is exquisitely woven! ๐Ÿ’๐Ÿ’ I love; “spine melting moves and chakra
    grooves sashayed to the spine.”

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  6. fun poem Paul .. ๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ‘

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  7. Nice work with the prompt – could be a brand new ABBA hit!

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  8. I have always had two left feet, but your poem filled with positive energy made me feel like I was dancing! Have a great weekend, Paul!

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  10. “It’s murder on the dance floor”.

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  11. Charis Counselling

    You have really captured the feelings in this poem

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