A poem loosely based on a Cramp prompt about "dancing the night away".
When once my love I wished to see
But longest night kept him from me,
I took a chance to dance about,
With spin and twirl I cast night out:
The light of moon I drained away,
Rid sky of stars without delay.
I dismissed dark with a wave of hand,
Dispelled night’s mist away from land.
Like this I turned the night to day,
Like this I saw time melt away;
The sun in sky did beckon rise,
Mortal men did so oblige.
And once again I found him here,
Next to my heart, so near and dear.