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  • 61.
    A Garbage Poem With Chracters From PH

    Miss lyn paul has a bad day as some gangsters snatch a golden chain from her neck. she chases them and the story begins.....

    lyn paul came running she came with a gun
    seeing her angry as hell, all the bad boys did run
    she was enraged like a lion and her eyes were fuming red

    as she was angry she then lit up a fire
    she burn down a house where lived mr nair
    made of wood was his huge old ancient bed

    i heard galloping of the horses, as i saw mr bri
    he stopped his pony when he heard me cry
    his mouth agape as he saw the fire blaze

    he took out his cell and dialed a number
    instead of firemen he called a plumber
    in front of our eyes we could see the fire raise

    with all his valor he dialed again
    but to our surprise it started to rain
    rain from cloud made us dance as we did salsa

    we waited for the rain to put off the fire
    saw a lady coming close she spoke a satire
    she scolded us bad and her name was miss valsa

    she said you two, you should be inside
    bri looked at me, again his mouth opened wide
    she had a heart of a soldier, that lady was so damn brave

    with a blanket that draped her from head to toe
    we called her our friend, and fire our foe
    when we looked at her we felt so small and naive

    she went inside, all we could do was stare
    cause sights like these were few and rare
    to have a friend like her, lucky was mr nair

    next to come there was rachel nichol
    she prayed to the sun to summon a soul
    a soul that knew how to put off the evil fire

    as we started to talk we saw miss shazia batool
    she was witty as she drowned a small pipe in a pool
    and from that pipe she drenched mr nairs grand home

    everything looked fine, everything looked good
    the house started cooling, that was made of wood
    miss shajia then spoke, her voice had a sweet tone

    seeing everyone helping, bri said that’s enough
    he said to me, now let’s get tough
    he said again, it was our time to shine

    he took out his pen as he started to write
    seeing him waste his time, I started to fight
    but still he said everything would be just fine

    after sometime he spoke what he wrote
    laughed a bird from the tree and a black and white goat
    the fire lost its fuel as he heard bri's serenade

    soon the fire was off, mr nair was fine
    all hugged him tight, as we stood in a line
    everybody was happy to see the fire fade read more »

  • 62.
    A Poem Called She

    She dreams
    Her ruminations
    Offering her nakedness read more »

  • 63.
    ' Brimstone... ' (or A Cryptic-Cremation)

    Ashes to Ashes
    Dust to Dust
    Flesh and Blood
    Wood and Mud read more »

  • 64.
    Love Lantern

    Fire of Love
    Burning in the sun
    And I already done
    Burned in this emotion read more »

  • 65.
    ~ We Are Fire And Ice ~*

    We are fire and ice - ice and fire. Two
    different entities, that entice desire.
    Once frozen I was, in the sea of love. read more »

  • 66.

    Fire can burn
    Fire can heal
    Fire can destroy
    Fire can create read more »

  • 67.
    The Firing Avalance

    couldn't conquer I
    eyes were set to fire
    iron heart revitalized read more »

  • 68.
    The Inexpressible

    I want what's inexpressible!
    Impudent, I play with fire without a queen

    My queen-reason is under the knight's hooves read more »

  • 69.
    my fire

    Fire is my life, fire is my hope, fire is my everything.

    Confusion, whipping, whirling never ending.
    Always colder, always harder, cruel and devastating all in one. read more »

  • 70.

    I stare into the fire
    it signifies my desire

    leaping creeping and all red flames, read more »

  • 71.

    Some tell of love stories where fire becomes a mother in healing

    Wheels within wheels, where hell becomes a myth, and heaven becomes the
    present read more »

  • 72.
    Reckless Fury

    Running, flaming, chasing
    Watching the dust fly
    Feeling only anger
    Doesn't smile and doesn't cry read more »

New Fire Poems

  1. FIRE, FIRE, FIRE!, krishna Manohar
  2. Smoke is temporary, gajanan mishra
  3. Fire, Mthoko Mpofana
  4. Life in fire, gajanan mishra
  5. Thick Was The Mist, Emmanuel George Cefai
  6. Reign of Fire, Bhaskar Rabha
  7. Always A Way, Cyrus Shaftang
  8. Scintillation., Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  9. The burning fire., Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  10. Fan and Fire, Ismim Putera
  11. Fire is everywhere, gajanan mishra
  12. Fire Like Need, Want and Desire(Greed), Jayatissa Liyanage
  13. Fire-Dark, gajanan mishra
  14. Fire, fire, fight with the fire, gajanan mishra
  15. Fire Hymn, Ananta Madhavan
  16. Fire! Fire! Fire!, Umasree Raghunath
  17. Playing With Fire, Jayeeta Shamsul
  18. Icy Fire, Azalea Bluewell
  19. Four States Of The Soul, Patrick Dennis
  20. Stoke the Fire, Peter Wilder
  21. Fire, Melissa Caron
  22. Fire Arising, Cassidy Hartwig
  23. Fire, Stone Coston
  24. A Fire, Heather Burns
  26. Love On Resin Setting Fire, Mark Heathcote
  27. fire of anger, yolandey breedt
  28. Fire and Air, gajanan mishra
  29. Fire, Ryan Taylor
  30. Without giving, gajanan mishra
  31. Titanium (David Guetta), Alex Reyes
  32. STORM (part 2), colinb bradley
  33. Titanium, mae flores
  34. Fire, chandra thiagarajan
  35. Fire, Trinity Augustin
  36. Fire Burns! Fire Burns!, Sylvia Chidi
  37. I'd Cross a Fire, sharon kubeck
  38. Just ‘Human', Najib Altawell
  39. The Fire Alarm, Thomas Cowherd
  40. Fire, Daimon Ferguson
  41. FIERY LOVE, Arti Chopra
  42. its name is love....., RIC S. BASTASA
  43. it's name is love....., RIC S. BASTASA
  44. Desirable Fire?, Blossom Mist
  46. Fire! Fire!, Charles Jagongo
  47. Fire Of Love, Hebert Logerie
  48. Everyone's Tasting Fire, Maya Hanson (mye3)
  49. Love without Pain, ramesh rai
  50. What The Captain Said, Jay Bradley
  51. A Poem Called She, indira babbellapati
  52. A Fire's Dance, Rachel Perry
  53. Life Born In Flame, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  54. ' A Heart On Fire... ', MoonBee Canady
  55. The French fired flowers, David Aoloch Bion
  56. Fire Flies Delight, Heather Burns
  57. The Cause of Enmity between Snake and Man, David Aoloch Bion
  58. FIRE, FIRE, Edwina Reizer
  59. fire element, Ricky Baker
  60. The Burning Fire, Alex Fischer
  61. Kolkata Burning, Ratan Bhattacharjee
  62. My Fire Angel, Ricky Baker
  63. Fire Is Many Things, Ben Payton
  64. Fire Of Love, Ershad Mazumder
  65. Fire Fighters, Mehreen Mujeeb
  66. fire drop, xainub nasir
  67. Fire, Brandon Cole
  68. i am ash, RIC S. BASTASA
  69. my fire, Angelic Warrior
  70. Fire, Bhaswat Chakraborty
  71. Fire, Naveed Akram
  72. Fire, livin the night life
  73. Fire, Chris Grant
  74. WHERE IS THE FIRE?, kelvin karani
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