Treasure Island

Trinity Augustin

(methodis hospital)

Fire


Fire burning everywhere,
Burning like a Devil inside,
Creating among our home,
Destorying every little thing you owm,
Red and Orange the desire of fire,
Fire,
Fire everywhere,

Submitted: Thursday, August 16, 2012
Edited: Friday, August 17, 2012

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Fire is something that happens most of the time.I dedcided to write this peom because fire is a desire that only happens a couple of tymes its a reflection that makes you lose everything. I wrote this peom in my living room in a poem journal.

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