She Dances in Bright Colors for an Audience of Only One.

by Roxanne Lea Dubarry


It started out as brevity poem and evolved into a short story. This is dedicated to Mrs Campbell All Poetry.

'Once upon a time, but not so very long ago." There was a young girl Vanessa Vandermere, who danced in bright colors for an audience of only one. She was swirling around in circles dancing only by herself. She was waltzing with beautiful Struss's philharmonic signature melody. "Tales from the Venice Wood." Suddenly her multi colored gown started emitting brightly colored sparks of electricity. It was quiet a wondrous sight to see. Electrical sparks flew out of her blue eyes and blond hair. She lifted up her hands and eyes into the bright sunlight.

She was singing and dancing for a very special audience of only one. Suddenly the weather outside started to change. It was a heavy downpour of a spring time's rain. After the rainstorm was over a beautiful and magnetic double multicolored Noah's covenant rainbow appeared in the sky. The colors of the rainbow were appearing in her eyes.

Her eyes were sparkling like shimmering blue diamonds in the sky. She also had star dust in her eyes. Vanessa Vendermere no longer wore a disguise. She started shining just as brightly as the earth's sun. Her facial countenance was angelic. Just like Enoch, the seventh man from Adam. Walked and talked with God. And then he was no more because God took him!

Vanessa Vandermere walked and talked with God. Singing psalms of praises to his most holy name. Alas she was to be found no more because Jesus Christ took her to his heavenly home in paradise!

Vanessa Vandermere is now wearing a robe of the purest white. A golden star studded crown of Victory adorns her golden hair. And she still sings and dances for an audience of only one. Waltzing on streets paved with the purest gold. She will sing and dance everlasting. With out the eons of recorded time for an audience of a very special someone!

Love as always,

Roxanne Lea Dubarry

Roxy Lea 1954

Roxy 1954/ October Country

May 27, 2020

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