The flamingo dancing painting

a poem by Charles Fisher, UK

He set his child eyes on the painting
An impressive silver white ivory stairway
At the bottom an attractive female flamingo dancer
With long dark hair and olive skin and brown adorable eyes
His young eyes dazed amazed trapped in a cage he felt
Her moments cometh alive as her dark peak shape garment
Flutter like a bird ; in unison with her colourful dark green decorated flamingo fan
She danced obediently to the flamingo steps of the meter and the guitars
With such religious devoutness
The shapes of the spectators vaguely make out in the shadows
On both sides of the grandeur of the staircase
They all seemed to be transfixed in a state of devotion
Speechless the eight year old boy is
He couldn't close his eyes

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