Category Archives: Dance

Whiskey Town – Heather Mirassou

Disillusioned Smoking cigarettes drunk at 3: a.m. Spinning into nothingness With whiskey drunks Hookers walk the strange yellow streets Women who fear intimacy Or falling in love depraved Depressed mannequins are consumed Guilt and shame asunder They dance in their … Continue reading

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Take Me Home – Heather Mirassou

Take me home mama To a place I once belonged Hold my hand steady And sing to me a song My face filled with tears All my family is gone Take me home mama To a place I once belonged … Continue reading

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Rain┬áDance – Heather Mirassou

The sound of crackling glass Fill my eardrums and awaken me A steamy haze beckons me Barefoot and naked I tap-dance on bubbles Sweet nectar fills my mouth with delight The humid rain calms and soothes my sizzling skin The … Continue reading

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