Burning Fire MAG

September 13, 2009
By Piccalily_Potter GOLD, Staffordshire, Other
Piccalily_Potter GOLD, Staffordshire, Other
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The flames crackle and hiss
As the wood is piled on
Their existence almost extinguished
By one thoughtless act
They snake up the chimney
As quiet as a mouse
Yet they roar like a lion
To eat up the kindling
Spit out ash
This is what they live for
A short life
But every second is worth it



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on Apr. 12 2013 at 6:44 pm
steelsoprano DIAMOND, Cincinnati, Ohio
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I love this poem!

on Jun. 18 2010 at 9:37 am
GreenGirl13 SILVER, Groveland, Florida
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Favorite Quote:
It is our choices that made us who we are, far beyond our abilities.

Wow... That was beautiful.


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