Author: M. L. Zhang PM
A descriptive poem about the ballroom scene at the Bingley's, where Elizabeth meets Mr. Darcy for the first time and they dance.Rated: Fiction K - English - Poetry/Romance - Elizabeth & Mr. Darcy - Words: 166 - Reviews: 2 - Favs: 3 - Follows: 1 - Published: 08-19-12 - Status: Complete - id: 8445659
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In a balcony all their own,
The musicians create divine music.
sing their melody,
As all the gay folk dance below.
With ornaments in their hair.
Men in fine suits of
People of all ages rejoice.
The orchestra switches
However, all goes quiet,
As two young gentlemen and a lady
Obviously of the gentry, given their air and dress.
The man in
Looks arrogant and obstinate.
Incapable of feeling and
Though we shouldn't judge on appearance.
He is a wealthy
Most often considered proud,
His eye catches a young
Inferior in birth to him.
For the whole of the ball,
are always on her,
Or searching for her,
Her vanity entrancing
Surprisingly, he asks her to dance,
Though words of wit and
They do say,
But love develops through their hate.
sometimes it is through conflict,
That feelings arouse.
Turns into feverish, undying love.