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Inferno

Fire, burning fire,
Brilliant flames ablaze;
Crimson, yellow, orange fire
A wild and radiant haze.
Smoke of black, deadly, choking,
Fatal smoke of grey:
Arise from glowing embers
In a twisting sort of way.
 
Akara K.

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  338.     

Fire House

No play I say
With fire or the rain.
It is God’s power
To regain.

If you play with fire,
You might cry the rain.
If you make it rain,
Fire you won’t retain.
 
Florida Angel

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  339.     

Firestarter

You know, some people act like a moth attracted to a flame.

Only instead of a flame, the bright light is simply a spark of drama.

Some people can't seem to mind their business, or simple want to see the sparks fly.

They want to burn down the happiness of somebody like an abandoned house of another person.

Well sorry honey, I don't fall for the stupid drama.
If a problem is meant to arise, you better be sure I'm the one who is adding the lit match to gasoline.

So if anything, I don't need you to be the fire starter.
Only someone to call the fire department once a forest fire has been set into motion.
 
Blair Flynn

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Thick Was The Mist

Thick
was the mist
you could use the knife
to juggle and to
carve ways
out of it:
there is a Nile of red
red blood
on saffron wedges
and on cliff hanging ledges
tall
grey
giant shadows pass
sliding at times
from rock to rock
then
sudden
disappearing
in the caves by the clouds
hiding.
fire! fires!
I saw three shrouds
whose scarce clothes
and shabby
were on fire.
Those three shrouds
were running into fire
as rapid as the fires
blared.
No, not even in the
dawn
nor after.
fire! fires!
I saw three shrouds
whose scarce clothes
and shabby
were on fire.
Those three shrouds
were running into fire
as rapid as the fires
blared.
 
Emmanuel George Cefai

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