DP Daily Prompt: Let’s Dance

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My earliest and fondest memory of dance was in a movie I watched when I was barely eleven. It was a classical Indian dance. The dancer was wearing a beautiful silk sari. It had to be worn in a way to avoid getting in the way of the delicate steps she took while dancing. I’ve heard it takes a long time to perfect this art. I love how elegant the dancers look.

After that I have watched ballroom dancing which is pretty artistic.

Lately I watch figure skating when there is a competition. I am  amazed how elegantly they glide on ice.

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27 thoughts on “DP Daily Prompt: Let’s Dance

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  3. Dear Ranu,

    Thank you for sharing this.

    As I like other physical disciplines (e.g., martial arts), I also like dance. I do not, however, dance. I do enjoy, though, very much the artistry, and even the athleticism, involved in dance traditions from many cultures.

    All good wishes,

    robert

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  9. Dance is a beautiful form of art.. I love it! When I was little I also did figure skating, ballet and Indian classical dance haha, beautiful memories
    . It’s like conveying one’s soul story through movement.. Flowing elegantly in an effortless manner.

    Thank you for sharing this with us my dearest sister Chaman.

    Much love and light,
    Shaidi

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