Poems About: FIRE
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
313.Wild fire in your eyes
The wild flame of your lovely green eyes
has still not been extinguished, my love,
has still not been extinguished!
In nights without stars, they glisten as two Venuses read more »ENRIQUE ALBERTO HURTADO MINOTTA
314.Fire or Ice
Ice oh Ice, why does thee
freeze those filled with heat?
Passion and fire all is one, read more »RaShawn Ince
315.Ringing The Bell: The Olypics
You still have fire.
I also have my fire.
we can take both, one's read more »Atef Ayadi
316.To Be A Dragon Is To Live Free!
The intense feeling of power
The burning passion for fire
The freedom to go anywhere
The freedom, the power, the fire. read more »LOST PRINCESS
317.Fire, to be extinguished
He had a taste for her; his desire caught fire.
He was mad for her echo; his fire grew violent.
He elicited her nod; his fire went ablaze.
He found her moving out; his fire remained intense. read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
By many a soft Ligurian bay
The myrtles glisten green and bright,
Gleam with their flowers of snow by day, read more »Denis Florence MacCarthy
319.Breath Baby Breath By: Taylor Donnelly
Breath Baby Breath
By: Taylor Donnelly read more »Taylor P. Donnelly
320.The Fire That Burns
A surge is welling up inside me,
I feel a fire,
and it burns. read more »Jon McIntosh
321.When the mountain with all its peaks are aflame
flames spread further with destruction
from where the mountain is covered by fire
until it rushes to the end of the bushes
and everything that it reaches is burning read more »Gert Strydom
322.The fence of fire!
Without rubbing of stones, gas and current,
A spark at the mind, thus small flame at the heart,
The big fire in the thought, inferno body,
Hot abuse words and violent razing actions. read more »veeraiyah subbulakshmi
You are my friend and fly!
You are the children's and kid's beloved fly! read more »Z.I. Mahmud
324.What Do You Want With Me
You live in a mansion, with your own private harbor
And you own an island, where you go every summer
What do you want with me, Earth, wind, water, or fire read more »Colin Coplin