May 17, 2010
By Audrey Connor BRONZE, Spokane, Washington
Audrey Connor BRONZE, Spokane, Washington
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Watch me erupt
And the ashes fall
I’m a volcano,
Lava oozing from my mouth
As I tell you how much you mean to me
And I feel the fire crawling on my skin, leaving burn marks
My heart is the chamber,
Where the magma originates
And over ages of lying dormant,
Succumbs to the pressure in
My chest,
Flying out in brilliant displays
Of color and creation,
Now watch the ashes fall,
Now watch the ashes fall

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