Glittering gold, and sparkaling sapphiesrs
            the heat of a crowded room
priceless pearls and dazzling diamonds
            the smell of a lady's perfume
enchanting emeralds and ravishing rubys
            the waltz that ends to soon

                                                    Mischievous Mazurka and lively La Voltra
                                                               the dance of the daring
                                                   pristine Poloanaise, and whirling waltz
                                                                    the sigh of an unwanted pairing
                                          graceful Galliards and prim Pavan
                                                                 the eyes of the envious glaring

                            Plentiful platters and succulent sauces
the sound of tipsy laughter
sizzling steaks and simmering stews
the room spinning faster and faster
perfect puddings and delightful dainties
the memory that stays forever and after

queenly Quadrille and saucy Scottish reel
the flow of the dance
playful polka and humerious horn pipe
the love and romance
magical minuet and gleeful Gavotte
the wayward glance

Lugurious lace and sinfull satin
the wilt of a once magnificent plum
deceptive damisk and striking silk
the night light of the silver moon
volumpious velvets and fluttering feathers
the silance of the empty ballroom

Mazurka:a lively Polish folk dance with a triple meter with the emphasis on the second beat. Often performed in classical ballets .
La Voltra: A Renaicances dance for couples
Poloanaise: classical folk dance of Polish orgine. It to is often performed in classical ballets
Waltz: dance in triple time
Galliards:renicsanss dance
Pavan: Rennicanse proseshonl dance
Quadrille: The Quadrille is a precursor to square dancing and originated around 1740. It is a dance for four couples in a square formation.
Scottish reel: A reel is one of the four traditional dances of scottish country dancing. 
Polka: The  Polka is a type of dance that originated in the 19th century.
Horn Pipe: The Horn pipe is a dance often done by sailors and is said to have originated on English sail boats in the 16th century.
Minuet: The Minuet is a french couple dance that was popular in the court of Louis XVI. It was a dominate dance in France and  England from about 1650 to 1750.
Gavatte: The Gavotte is a a French dance that is done in a 4/4 or 2./2 time.



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