Hi Marco G. !
Welcome to the die hard GoT where reviewing becomes a game "The Iron Bank of Braavos"
I imagine this friend of yours is the dancer? I love prose and have written a few myself. To be able to take a moment in time and write it with poetic conventions just thrills me. I find it easier to write about a moment than a full story. not sure why that is. If this piece were written as a poem how would you write it? Even as a prose there are so many conventions in this piece. Hyperbole, simile, soft tones, visual, imagery, character, narrator, rhyme, simile, alliteration and so many more.
A wonderful prose filled with a minute by minute play of a dancer who makes her way into the streets for competition. She knows her talent and is sure to wow her audience.
The beautiful thing about prose is that there is no rising action or plot thickening. It is about this one character. From what she looks like, how she feels, who she is dressed, her surroundings and dancing.
I was able to envision her there putting on a dazzling show with her toned body and wicked moves. The crowd is heard and probably cameras going off. Tourists gathering and left is ah. A talent that one just can't dismiss.
thanks for sharing
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