The Paradox of Fire

May 9, 2012
It generates life and eliminates living things.
Fire is life and death.
Its burning flame is very destructive,
but keeps me warm in the winter.
The heat that it produces burns up my epidermis,
but can be utilized to prepare my food.
Hearing it being pronounced in certain phrases such as,
"Bring on the FIRE!!!" energizes me,
But hearing it on the mews kills my joy and destroys my contentment.

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