Grace Hays

Rookie - 4 Points (October 12,1979 / Wichita, KS)

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
a firestorm has broken loose
and no one is around to control it
i could hear the thunder echo
like it did before
back when there used to be
fire in the thunder
a fire so hot and passionate
that could easily loose control
and rage war within my heart
for the place where you belong
then the thunder steps in
to make its presence known
and i quake with fear and passion
everytime you come close
for you brought the memories back
and the pain along with
isn't it better
to just stay happy with your wife
oh how i can feel
that fire coursing through my veins
i shouldn't want you so
yet this fire is saying yes
please come quickly
to put out this
fire in the thunder

Submitted: Tuesday, July 18, 2006
Edited: Tuesday, August 17, 2010

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Comments about this poem (Fire In The Thunder by Grace Hays )

  • Rookie Brian Dorn (8/6/2006 7:40:00 PM)

    Grace, sometimes those embers never go out... they just keep smoldering and it takes very little to reignite the flames. Good write... well done! !
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