Poetry. Red Rose Senorita

Poetry. Red Rose Senorita

Poetry and Passion by the South African author Yolanda Beukes. Enjoy the day and feel the phantom of the music… it never ends!

Poetry. Red Rose Senorita

Poetry. Red Rose Senorita

Red Rose Senorita by Yolanda Beukes

Put on your dancing shoes, your blood red dress

Follow the moon into the light of darkened dreams


Dance to the rhythm of your heartbeat

Drumming against your soul


Let your essence fill the phantom of

Never ending visions of perfect days and dancing nights


Put on your dancing shoes, your blood red rose

Let loose the attitude of solidarity


And dance with force the dusk away

Till morning rise of perfect days


Let loose the red rose senorita in your soul

And dance with tranquility


Dance with passion into eternity

View Comments (5)
  • Isabel

    Senorita, señorita, segnorina… Fantastic poem. Congratulations, Yolanda! Have a nice week!

    • Yolanda Beukes

      Much appreciation for the comments and yareah family

  • Sharon

    Wow Yolanda great imagery and emotion. Well done!

  • Ayax

    Good poem. Thanks for sharing Yolanda Beukes and Yareah

    • Sharon Lizette

      Love your poem. Always have and always will.


Yolanda Leatitia Beukes, born Sheldon, was born on 12 April 1983 in Keimoes Northern Cape in South Africa. She is staying in Mahikeng North West with her husband and their handsome boy. She is mostly inspired to write by the emotions and she goes through using the old fashioned style of pen to paper.

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