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Munia Khan

Rookie (15th March.1981)

Questions To The Fire


Fire fire flaming light.
Do you think you catch the height?
Burning burning burning bright.
Do you think you burn the fight?
Fighting fighting fighting right.
Do you think you steal the night?
Stealing stealing stealing sight.
Do you think you remain upright?
Blazing flaming burning tight.
Do you think you get me alight?
Firing flashing mighty might.
Do you think you ignite?
Igniting igniting mournful plight.
Do you think you defeat the blight?
If 'yes' is your answers you write.
Then fire fire blazing flight.
Save the nature, save the kite.
Lay in ashes in delight! !

Submitted: Thursday, September 17, 2009

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  • Rookie Philip Winchester (2/13/2010 6:23:00 AM)

    Yes I read and read again and Blake tells me you and he are Friends.
    For I see how in the company of Great Poets you are a shining star.
    Our Sweet Munia Khan. I love your Prose. Thanks for sharing.
    Philip (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Philip Winchester (10/9/2009 6:11:00 AM)

    Your Class is High, you have a Mighty Skill in your Ability.
    There is much to do, life to live, people to see.
    But I beg you not to ever shelve your Poetic gifts
    you have to share.Thank you this one, it is as good as any
    that ever William Blake could have composed.
    Kind Regards.
    Philip (Report) Reply

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