Treasure Island

ninad lokhandkar


Ode to the Fire


Oh fire your orange flame,
It looks like a lion's mane,
When you are there you light up my way,
And the darkness runs away,
Your colors change in the same flame,
It looks like you are playing some game,
When the wind blows you start dancing,
And make the whole scene more enhancing,
You give us heat,
Which no artificial thing can repeat,
You strengthen weapons,
And give power to trains,
When you get angry you finish everything,
But when happy flourish everything,
If you were not there we would not evolve,
And would not know that the earth revolves,

Submitted: Sunday, February 24, 2013
Edited: Thursday, March 14, 2013

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