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June 10, 2011
Fire and Ice

The fire's light glows,
like a sun about to set.
The ice cringes against me,
like a frigid wind.

The fire parishes,
like ashes at sunset.
The ice combines,
like a stone of sharp crystals.

Fire is free, like a snake in a meadow,
Ice is shackled, as an imprisoned soul,
Flames in the sunrise,
Chills in the night.

Flames burst like ember,
lose and free,
moving along

Icy crystals like spikes
hard and trapped
forever frozen
never to be found.

My heart burns with the passion of fire,
but my soul will shiver forever.

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