An Unexpected Dance

An Unexpected Dance

A Poem by Lokesh

August 21, 2013

Huge walls are around me;
A dirty girl I shouldn’t be.


These walls keep me safe and away
From players and romance and freedom everyday.
I haven’t and shouldn’t cross them;
To my family I don’t want to bring shame.
One day a prince will come to take me;
And every morning I should make him tea.


I am expected to be and do as my family see fit;
Far away from rebellion I should sit.
So huge walls are around me;
A dirty girl I shouldn’t be.


If you can see, look me into my eyes;
You will see someone there hides:
A bird that seeks freedom and a chance in romance,
A girl that wants to cross and do an unexpected dance.

-Lokesh

© 2013 Lokesh


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This was great! I hope it's not weird but this totally reminded me of Mulan. You know after happily ever after before she married shang. Either way a great write!

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Lokesh
Lokesh

Kathmandu, Nepal



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I am Lokesh Gurung, a nineteen-year old aspiring writer(poet, essayist, short-story writer, novelist) from Kathmandu, Nepal. more..

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