Treasure Island

Marva Seaton

(St Mary Jamaica W.I.)

Love Fires


Love fires burn a tender flame,
Inextinguishable,
No matter the storm or rain,
A small spark,
A slow flame,
And then a blazing furnace,
When love fires burn.

Forest fires will eventually go out,
A candle will burn itself out,
The coal in the fireplace will go out,
Love fires once lit,
Will burn to eternity,
Love fires never go out.

Submitted: Saturday, July 09, 2011
Edited: Monday, July 11, 2011

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