Break Dance

You see them first thing when you break on through the door.
They dance.
He leads. She leads. She leads. He leads.
Years pass.
They dance still.
Forever will.
But today nobody leads.

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#1 u on 09.06.12 at 4:47 am

Strobe lights???

#2 Gec on 09.19.12 at 7:35 pm

:) No, this one is a bit more abstract.

#3 Bilbo Bobkins on 10.10.12 at 5:46 am

“they dance STILL” no one moves, no one leads

#4 Gec on 11.28.12 at 12:10 am

Yes, apparently a contradiction. Only apparently.

However there are more clues on this page than the text of the riddle :) (hint, hint)

#5 Sandman on 12.14.12 at 6:22 am

Light switch.

#6 Thomas on 01.16.13 at 4:10 pm

Light, and shadow

#7 Gec on 02.25.13 at 8:19 pm

Thomas, you are very close! :)

#8 WYC on 03.06.13 at 10:12 pm

spot lights?

#9 Mr.Kriesebo on 03.20.13 at 12:27 am

(n00b incoming)

Is it the sun and the moon?

As in: breaking trough the door to the “outside”
Dancing could mean the turning

eccept for the “today nobody leads”…. Is there an eclips or something?

#10 Gec on 03.20.13 at 1:41 am

Mr Kriesebo, you are as close as anyone could get. Really close! There is one (final?) clue near the title of the riddle.

#11 Fashionista on 04.03.13 at 10:44 pm

Hmmm,this is hard! Maybe…something about a BROKEN thing? The title is BREAK dance after all…

#12 Gec on 04.04.13 at 11:01 pm

It’s near, not in, the title 😉

#13 Tessa on 05.09.13 at 8:53 am

its the moon and the stars… the dont come out in the day?

#14 Gec on 05.20.13 at 4:54 pm

That’s close too :) but Mr Kriesebo is closer

#15 dan on 06.12.13 at 2:09 am

mars and venus?

#16 Ryute on 06.26.13 at 11:06 pm

an eclipse

a solar eclipse, the moon leads the sun follows
a lunar eclipse, light from the sun its denied to the moon by earth

also, your hint near the title, the vernal and autumnal equinox, a dance of earth, moon and sun

#17 James Woods on 10.30.13 at 8:19 pm

Is it a binary star system?

#18 James Woods on 10.30.13 at 8:25 pm

It’s Sirius.

#19 DesertDude on 11.07.13 at 8:26 pm

Daytime and Nighttime. Sept 23rd (the day of the original posting) is the fall equinox. So neither is more (leading) the other.

#20 Gec on 02.03.14 at 10:05 am

Yes! Finally, DesertDude figured it out. It took two years, I never thought it’d take this long. Thanks DesertDude!

#21 Kriesebo on 02.08.15 at 3:39 am

Ah, of course..

And the “break” in the title points to daybreak I assume?