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    I saved that one for my newsletter with a transliteration of ass into arse so it would parse in Aussie English. Hope you don't mind!
    Wild and free my effing arse! Use another word!

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    Not at all, Darshiva. Glad you liked it. Arse is the correct spelling (unless the teacher was bellydancing on a donkey! Hmm - another limerick?).

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    ^

    A bellydancer in hot Sante Fe
    Read a book as she shimmied all day.
    But the heat made her faze
    As she read Cervantes,
    And she fell on her Don Quixote!
    Last edited by Duvet; 10-02-2014 at 07:45 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shanazel View Post
    A hefty young dancer named Jimmy
    Decided to learn how to shimmy
    When his girth got to rocking
    His knees started knocking...


    Ten big smiles to anyone who can finish this. My other rhymes to "Jimmy " are lame but I like the first four lines.
    He said "I don't think this is too femmy!"

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    An experienced Bellydance Ninja
    Used ‘stealth hips’ to ambush and injure.
    And his foes he would pelt
    With his lethal coin belt,
    Wearing zills on his thumb and first finger.

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    A young Tribal Dancer named Jaq,
    Had tattoos all over her back,
    Down her hips, on her chest...;
    But as for the rest,
    We’d best draw a veil over that!

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    I danced for the pure love of moving,
    But praise made me too self-approving.
    I thought I was handsome;
    My looks worth a ransom.
    My dance needed no more improving!

    But then at the height of my pride,
    Some pictures of me I espied:
    Worn out and demented,
    Wild eyed and unkept’d;
    My ego just curled up and died.

    I resolved on the spot that no more
    Would I be on the bellydance floor.
    This dance I thought ‘proper’,
    Was ridicule fodder.
    So I walked away - sad, shamed and sore.

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    A long and complex dance routine
    Can be scary at first, until seen
    To be nothing but moves
    That practise improves;
    And success in the end you will glean.

    So when hip drops with spins to the right,
    Give you sweats when you wake in the night,
    And you quiver with dread
    As thoughts in your head
    About veils make you really uptight,

    Just remember it’s nothing to fear.
    In the long term it’s not why you’re here.
    Enjoy what you do,
    And an error or two,
    Makes you human - so lets raise a cheer!

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    Oh, Duvet!
    "Well, now that we have seen each other," said the unicorn " if you'll believe in me, I'll believe in you."

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    An old belly dancer, for fun,
    On her ninetieth birthday, among
    All the cards, gifts and cake
    Did an epic hip shake,
    And dumbfounded her great great grandson.

    Embarrassed, he fled from the sight,
    And to grandpa appealed “That’s not right!
    She mustn't do it again!!”
    Grandpa nodded and then
    Chest shimmied with all of his might!
    Last edited by Duvet; 11-22-2014 at 11:25 PM.

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