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Last Dance
by Jan Oscar Hansen
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They had been dancing to the tunes of a juke box,
now it was dawn, and they were alone except for
the barman who was asleep leaning his head on
his folded arms on the mahogany counter.

Soon the sun would break through followed by
the day and they had to face the dreaded future.

Both were married but not to each other, was their
love strong enough to survive the glare of the day?

They didn’t know the answer, just one more dance.

Hell will come tomorrow with its heartache and loss,
but not yet. My god, let this moment last forever...
 

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March 21, 2012
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