A Poem by CRZ

Dimmed lights, Music Blasting. 
People screaming smoothly sounds of joy.
Pure Joy , equal. Both girl and boy.

All stress seems to go to another location
Cause at that moment, no one could hold it. 
The laughs , smile , dancing and delight.
We were all united as one for the night.

Differences seemed to not matter.
Cause matter of fact, my heart was getting fatter.
No grease though, Just peace yo.

Not to sound cliche
damn that was a good day.

© 2013 CRZ

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Felt the happiness you were radiating through this piece.

best wishes

Posted 4 Years Ago

I can feel the energy of the room released. Wonderful sensation. Everyone wants that moment where they feel its the perfect moment. Well done. Great line, "no one could hold it."

Posted 4 Years Ago

Dance club euphoria. The inimitable fusion of the crowd into one, pulsating mass. You've expressed beautifully the exhilaration of being one with the music. Excellent poem :)

Posted 4 Years Ago

I can definitely relate to this piece. As a mater of fact, most people should! Good jon!

Posted 4 Years Ago

this was awesome very nice job kido

Posted 4 Years Ago

People screaming smoothly sounds of joy.
Pure Joy , equal. Both girl and boy.

you have won my heart with these lines. 100/100 :)

Posted 4 Years Ago

Great work on this poem! Great music transcends.

Posted 4 Years Ago

There was so much peace and tranquility in this poem. I really liked it. Thank you for requesting me to read it, CRZ. :D

Posted 4 Years Ago

Haha...that sounds incredible. This is very great piece of poem I just loved it. Made my mind refreshed. Thanks a bunch.

Posted 4 Years Ago

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Added on June 2, 2013
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