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 ©Paul Vincent Cannon
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35 Comments

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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.

    Liked by 1 person

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

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  3. such a cheerful poem 🙂 – put a smile on my face!

    ❤
    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! 💝💝 I love; “spine melting moves and chakra
    grooves sashayed to the spine.”

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  6. fun poem Paul .. 💖👏

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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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