fluidity

when you dance it’s not hard

your body tells you exactly what to do 

and you just roll to the next thing

keep going

keep it moving

keep your body moving

and you step 

keep stepping along

make your own syncopated little steps to the beat

that fit with the beat

that make additional music on top of the music

that rolls with it

rolls into every part of your body

swirves into every step

you step

keep stepping 

keep on

keep with the beat

keep laughing 

keep smiling

keep illuminating

keep connecting music to action

keep moving

and the bass so fluid

and harmonizing

and there is no wrong 

only things turning into other things

and transformation 

and the kind of movement that is fluid

and feeling

and just keeps going

because music never ends

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One thought on “fluidity

  1. This one reminds me of why two of my heroes are Bruce Lee and Isadora Duncan, both of whom had amazing physical skills, but distinguished themselves by rejecting traditional structure and choreography. They both believed each body was unique and had its own “rhythm”.

    I really needed to see this.

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