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PHOTO CREDIT: Above photo by John Rickman Photography, San Jose, California.



By Savannah Skye




Feel the sensation
As your feet touch the ground
Feel your body
As it moves with the sound
Spinning in ecstasy
Gliding across the floor
Feeling the rhythm and beat
Pulsating through you more and more
As it all becomes one
We begin to see
There is no you
There is no me
There is no music
There is just


ABOUT THE PHOTO: Photo of Shira by Pixie Vision, Glendale, California.




About this Poem

Savannah Skye posted this poem to the med-dance list (a now-defunct discussion forum that existed in the early dance of the Internet) on January 12, 1998. She granted Shira permission to feature it on this web site. This was the very first poem to be featured on the web site.



About the Poet

As of 2003, Savannah Skye provided this bio:

I am a 34 year young female who loves to dance barefoot, swim (especially in the nude), hike, and draw. She  She writes poetry when it comes out of her like the rain from the sky.  She has also create two electronikc cosmic songs entitled "All" and "Dance". She is a native Californian who has lived in the New York City area for 2 years. Janice is a non-militant vegan who loves to dance and listen to music. She doesn't call herself a poet, but writes from the heart on things that move her in some way.

Savannah Skye has contributed several poems to this web site since 1998. They include:



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