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Dancing
musicals :: Keith

Singing and dancing, dancing and singing; I believe I may have gone mad.

    TAGS:  dancing, singing, musicals


musicals :: pam

Why, when we instantly know the steps to hoof and the lyrics to to sing, am I having such a difficult time communicating with this girl?

    TAGS:  dancing, singing, communication, musicals


As Becky swayed left and right during her happy dance of many colours, the colours sprayed out in ribbons all around her and the white lorikeets singing loudly nearby were coated with the most beautiful, unbelievable array of rainbow-hued feathers.

    TAGS:  Becky the Harlequin, rainbows, harlequin, colour, feathers, dancing, cheeky, singing, ribbons, lorikeets


the dance of e :: boot

Becky ran in wild circles, skipping, twirling and leaping giddily as she went, and as she passed by the world turned into joyous frothy bubbles of colour and rippling textures (with the occasional miniature elephant).

    TAGS:  Becky the Harlequin, harlequin, colour, dancing, elephants, e, bubbles, giddy, leaping, twirling


at the alter of scrine :: grudknows

Back in the scrineiverse, Mary-Beth knelt before the alter, placing tokens to represent the sacred icons of coffee, food, alcohol, pirates and words - later, she could never be sure, but she liked to think that the unusual rainbow that appeared in the sky and the way the flowers seemed to be dancing in the garden were a blessing from Becky.

    TAGS:  Becky the Harlequin, rainbows, harlequin, dancing, flowers, offerings


robot dancing :: Br. Ezra

Keith kept showing up at the Salem club scene waiting for robot dancing to come back in style

    TAGS:  robots, dancing


Becky tickled the blue wren under his chin and giggled as he honked and danced in dusty circles.

    TAGS:  Becky the Harlequin, harlequin, dancing, fairy wren, honking, tickling


Thump! :: The Girl

One day while watching dancing with the “stars” Bad Father got the bright idea to try one of the flips with his youngest daughter, Kiki, and they tried it and it went beautifully until they decided to show off their new skills to Dot, but unfortunetly the celing in the library was much lower than in the living room… (THUMP - WAAAAAAH - Sound of Dot laughing so hard she nearly passes out).

    TAGS:  American pop culture, dancing


Give Me A Beat :: Keith

Every once in awhile, for old times sake, he would slip on his Michael Jackson glove and slide around the room to a beat only he could hear, but judging from the looks on his children’s faces, his dancing was no longer beyond reproach.

    TAGS:  dancing, Michael Jackson


On Saturday nights Peter’s soul would put on comfortable shoes and wander the empty halls, dancing to music no one would ever hear.

    TAGS:  shoes, dancing, comfort, introspection, souls


One of these days, the crowd of bemused onlookers will burst into song and dance along with me.

    TAGS:  dancing, joyous


foolish dancing :: boot

For the majority of us, is there any other kind?

    TAGS:  dancing, foolish, rhythm


rioting colours :: boot

The crowds of reds were raging, and they were surrounded by the swaying oranges and boisterous yellows, who were in turn circled by rounds of graciously stepping greens and waves of undulating blues and, there, all alone, following the luscious layers of indigoes and almost violent moves of the violets, the girl danced.

    TAGS:  Becky the Harlequin, rainbows, red, green, harlequin, colour, dancing, blue - the colour, indigo, violets - the flower


Afraid he was fast running out of things to be when he grew up, Ferguson bought an English-to-Dutch dictionary and considered taking up clog dancing.

    TAGS:  aging, dancing, growing up, dictionary, clogging, Ferguson


feeling funky :: 'mouse

Driving down the highway, contemplating his mortgage payment and the uselessness of the lives of his fellow commmuters (and himself), Juan told his brain to just shut the fuck up so he could enjoy a little seat-dancing to "Uptown Funk."

    TAGS:  dancing, funky, existential angst, funk


 

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