Shauntae Taylor

(march 5 1992 / The Hospital)

Fire


It was once stated that fire is a sign of passion

I remember whe i set my first fire
I was everything go up in flames

I stood there watching everything I set up burn to the ground
And it never made a sound.

I found it amazing
It was better then star gazing

My dream job is to be a professional arsonist going around showing signs of passion for everything that i burn

Whether it be a passion of love
Or a passion of pure hate.

Everyone will burn one day
AND THAT DAY IS TODAY

Submitted: Friday, March 26, 2010
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