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  361.     

You Started This Fire

I lay with you and it's,
Under-cover.
With a ring-aling that dings.
And penetrates to get to things.

Aaahhh, aaahhh, aaahhh.

I lay with you and it's,
Under-cover.
With a ring-aling that dings.
And penetrates to get to things.
And penetrates to get to things.
Repeat.
And penetrates to get to things.
Repeat.
And penetrates to get to things.

Aaahhh, aaahhh, aaahhh.

Now who started this fire?
With a-ring and a-ding-ding-ding.
And a,
Big dingalingaling.
In this,
Sticky heat!
And, breathing deep.

Now who is accused for this fire?
That makes my breathing deep.
And...
Makes me clinch both fist and teeth.

Now who is accused for this fire?
That makes my breathing deep.
And...
Makes me clinch both fist and teeth.

You lay bare with naked clues!
You must of have started this fire.
You looking as if you know what to do too.
You must of have started this fire,
To build up my desire.

And why do I suspect that,
You have done this thing and...
That you want to bring me,
To a place....
To hear me scream

You lay bare with naked clues!
You must of have started this fire.
You looking as if you know what to do too.
You must of have started this fire,
To build up my desire.

And why do I suspect that,
You have done this thing and...
That you want to bring me,
To a place....
To hear me scream

I lay with you and it's,
Under-cover.
You must of have started this fire
With a ring-aling that dings.
You must of have started this fire
And penetrates to get to things
You must of have started this fire.
And penetrates to get to things.
Repeat.
You must of have started this fire
And penetrates to get to things.
Repeat.
And penetrates to get to things.

Aaahhh, aaahhh, aaahhh.

You lay bare with naked clues!
You must of have started this fire.
You looking as if you know what to do too.
You must of have started this fire,
To build up my desire.

You lay bare with naked clues!
You must of have started this fire.
You looking as if you know what to do too.
You must of have started this fire,
Repeat.
You started this fire,
To build up my desire.

You lay bare with naked clues!
You must of have started this fire.
Repeat.
You started this fire!

You looking as if you know what to do too.
You must of have started this fire,
Repeat.
You started this fire!
To build up my desire.

Repeat.
You started this fire!
Repeat.
You started this fire!
Repeat.
You started this fire!
Repeat.
You started this fire!
 
Lawrence S. Pertillar

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  362.     

Fire And Screams

You called my name
Urgently called my name
But I didn't hear you
Through the fire and screams
I looked for you
Desperately looked for you
But I couldn't find you
There was fire and screams
Hiding that I think of you
Every few minutes, I should say
Just hold on to me
Through that fire, those screams
Trust won't break through the fire and screams
It will grow against gravity
The gravity of moments that took my breath away
The pull of me and you, the right choice
The urging to stay calm
Through the fire and screams
But then there's always the evil gravity
The gravity of uncertainty, of fears
The pull of loneliness and tears
The urging to scream, to add to those screams
That fire, those screams
I looked for you
Frantically looked for you
But I couldn't find you
Through the fire and screams
 
Maya Hanson (mye3)

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  363.     

The Fire

The rich man wants a fire
A fire so hot and threatening
So everyone withdraw from anything
And the rich man gain everything
Everything relating to money
Everything that affects commerce
To hold each penny in hands
Without paying the wages
A fire is burnt around and
The rich man orders to the village people
To keep the fire burning until
Every villager lose his money
And at last he orders them to push
Each other to make the fire hungry
The rich man never satisfies and want more
At last he burns the remaining with great joy
The anthem of independence is sung
The collected wealth is spent on more fire
The fire is so good for the health
Of the demon of the world
The rich man is always happy with that
To burn more, to earn more
To burn the city, town and every door
 
Abdul Sattar

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  364.     

Let's Think

Lets think and Pray, for those poor folks around,
Who are in fire areas, to see the flames closely bound;
They get sent near and far, to a refuge centre, they will stay,
So let's all go to our Father, and ask for help, as we pray.

In Tasmania, those poor folk who lost their home to fire,
And thinking of them, is how this poem did inspire;
For me to write, as I think of the loss and the stress,
And ask you across the world for prayer, is what I do address.

In New South Wales. There's many fires every where,
Those dear firefighters, who are showing so much care;
They go without thought that they may not come back,
Yet those who start the fires, don't care if everywhere turns black.

In Victoria, the fires near Lorne, and near the east coast,
Please help those fighters to put out fires where danger is most;
I think of the animals, like our fauna and the birds too,
Please Lord help them, to make a pathway through.

In Adelaide, there are some fires there as well, we hear,
Let's hope it's not like that severe time the other year;
In those hills, where it's so much bush and mountainous spots,
Please keep the rain coming, otherwise the trees the flames at the tops.

So Lord God, so much upset, from all this devastation,
With families boarding in safety, from utter complication;
Be so close don't let anymore people die, this year,
But keep them safe, and families with pets all so near.
 
margaret haig

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