Still She Dances

Still She Dances

A Poem by Jeannie Stevens

Scene of a dancer dancing before God with all her might.

What can be seen in the eyes of a dancer
Glimpses of God as she spins and romances?
What can she feel when she's free like the wind
Lighter than air as she turns and she spins.

Why does she move with such beauty and grace
To see the expression on Gods' wondrous face?
With movement of body she honors God's name
Bringing him glory and driving the shame

She dances for him, He alone is her muse
When she hears him call out, she will never refuse
To come to his throne and dance with delight
Spinning and leaping with all of her might.

Her heart chases after her Fathers's own heart
Pleasing him always is just her small part
As she dances it frees her, body and mind
Seeing only God's face, loving and kind

When distractions try to clutter her view
With a thought He is there to ever rescue.
She closes her eyes and takes no more chances
Envisions God's face and still she dances. . .

© 2016 Jeannie Stevens

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Added on March 11, 2016
Last Updated on March 11, 2016
Tags: Dance, God, rescue, romances, praise, beauty, movement, glory, spin, leap, wind


Jeannie Stevens
Jeannie Stevens

Dandridge, TN

I am my Fathers daughter. I love to write and enjoy trying just about any medium of creativity. I paint, sew, draw/sketch and have been writing poetry and life stories for at least 15 years now and h.. more..