HUMOROUS: Why I Want to be a Hip-Hop Dancer

HUMOROUS: Why I Want to be a Hip-Hop Dancer By Crystal Hurd The Bible tells us that David danced in front of the Ark of the Covenant, but the authors unfortunately do not provide us with further specifics.  Did he do the Jelly Roll?  The Electric Slide?  The Window Washer?  Did he cry out, in …

Terpsichore Has Her Way [with Me]: A Spiritual Autobiography [in the Third Person]

Terpischore Has Her Way By Roslynn Pryor “Controooooool your body!” she, barely of school age, shrieked in self-righteous condemnation as her aunt, just a teenage kid, gyrated through the living room. The grownups laughed. It was cute in a little kid, dancing.  (She would never! That was for unchurched little kids.) It was cute in …

Terpsichore

Terpsichore by Rebekah Choat Terpsichore is loveliest in springtime – blossoms bound up in her hair, new life bursting forth beneath her feet, graceful movements stirring the air. Terpsichore is happiest in summer – dancing through the wind and sun, laughing when the little wavelets catch her, frolicking till day is done. Terpsichore is handsomest …