Minuet in D

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You probably thought I took last week off because I was intimidated by the three forms of dance folks suggested to me: Minuet, Rondelet, and Flailing One’s Arms Wildly to the Beat of Drums. You would not be wholly wrong. Also I spent several days coughing up first one lung and then the other (even days, right; odd days, left).

The minuet is a dance of small steps, which is apparently what the word means (also, menu, as it happens). So we are going to do just that this week, take small steps toward health and that whole Breathing Without Coughing thing. So a haiku pour vous:

Spring robins skitter

Through new grass, look up to see

Raccoon in the tree.

3 comments on “Minuet in D

  1. Get better, my friend!

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  2. Had that a few weeks ago. Cheers to getting better!

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  3. PJS says:

    I can definitely see 18th centuries couples dancing to this being recited aloud (in lieu of music).

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