Jinge Norvall

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Camp Fire Poem by Jinge Norvall


The playful fire dances
Amber-red, flourescent-green,
Flinging impish sparkles
At imperious, distant stars,
Making merry mischief
'neath the haughty
Yellow profile of the moon...
Whilst graciously the velvet night
lends her empty canvas
To every gleaming planet,
glittering flame
and glowing lantern..Oblivious,
the tiny fire
cheekily competes
for his place on Nature's
evening stage
from his humble fire-pit.

Submitted: Friday, May 17, 2013
Edited: Friday, May 17, 2013

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