Thursday, February 07, 2013

Dancing in the City Streets

It stood five feet tall in the center of the white room and radiated beneath the shimmer of chandelier lights, like a naked deity to be marveled.

“This has been my dream for the past five years,” she explained, as the dapper-dressed assembly collectively sipped from their glasses of wine, and gathered in a circle around the object.

The flash of a photographer’s camera sparkled against the arched glass windows inside the foyer framed by Grecian pillars, and danced across the gold letters inscribed in the museum’s marble walls honoring  Balanchine, Astaire, and Joffrey.

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