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Poems About: FIRE

In this page, poems on / about “fire” are listed.

  • 361.
    Burst Of Fire

    Oh, for that burst of fire,
    within a ring of feeling, the
    fire of love consummate read more »

    Louise Tredoux
  • 362.
    Divine Mother Pele

    In endless night eternal shadow volcanic fire
    Upon the moon
    And day burns red in an eclipse of the Earth
    Through the death of the moon read more »

    Dr. Antoinette Voget
  • 363.
    *Fret When You Lie*

    Fret When You Lie

    You fall…, we rise..,
    Oh no, there’s no need to apologize read more »

    Daniel Richards
  • 364.
    [The Trash Can Fire]

    The Trash can fire burns worm.
    For another dog left out in the cold.
    Glistening streets,
    where the dark allies meet. read more »

    Seth Morrow
  • 365.
    dead things thumb and forefinger as they probe

    dead things thumb and forefinger as they probe
    without feeling the origin of the
    final event, I watch clinically
    the unstaring face for the first half breath read more »

    umashankar manthravadi
  • 366.
    Fire In The Thunder

    just talked to you on the phone
    and i couldn't help but to feel
    the old flames stirring in my heart
    for what i once felt for you read more »

    Grace Hays
  • 367.
    Reckless Fury

    Running, flaming, chasing
    Watching the dust fly
    Feeling only anger
    Doesn't smile and doesn't cry read more »

    Akara K.
  • 368.
    A Monster Fire

    A two hundred and fifty kilometres firefront is burning through Victoria East
    Blackening the environment and dispossessing human, bird and beast
    Clogging the sky with gray fog for hundreds of kilometres around
    And only blackened desolation where it has been through to be found. read more »

    Francis Duggan
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