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Poems About: FIRE

In this page, poems on / about “fire” are listed.

  • 61.
    Kiss Of Fire

    When your ruby red lips
    move across mine
    it’s like tasting a very fine wine
    and ignites the flames of passion. read more »

    David Harris
  • 62.
    Fire In me

    fire in my fingertips
    fire in my toes
    fire in my blood
    racing, surging read more »

    Sydelle someone
  • 63.
    Without giving

    Without giving
    You have no right to take
    Take as You like
    And there is nothing to take. read more »

    gajanan mishra
  • 64.
    I Eat Fire

    I live in silence of non existence
    I play music of soundlessness
    I compose words with fire
    With fire pen on a piece of fire. read more »

    Ershad Mazumder
  • 65.
    FIRE ON US

    See that flame?
    It warms your heart,
    You will never feel apart. read more »

    Gianni Pintus
  • 66.
    Fire Of Love

    Burn me with the fire of your love
    Let me see my fate
    Let me see the fire spreads
    Through the throne of my fiance. read more »

    Ershad Mazumder
  • 67.
    Fire Arising

    Fire raises its head as a fire spreads
    Lies & death follow its wake read more »

    Cassidy Hartwig
  • 68.
    Fire

    Fire—

    Fire knows well-
    About appearance of destroy read more »

    BONGOKOBIDA ZAKARIA
  • 69.
    STORM (part 2)

    You have read the poem,
    About the storm at home,
    Now read the poem,
    How i kept the fire going, read more »

    colinb bradley
  • 70.
    Four States Of The Soul

    Fire purges in His fierce ecstasy all things of sap and clay
    and takes to Himself - oh! - the refined and raptured brides of Fire.

    Charcoal, well dried, longs for the Fire read more »

    Patrick Dennis
  • 71.
    WHERE IS THE FIRE?

    Where is the fire
    That burnt in freedom fighters
    Making them selfless
    Dying for our independence read more »

    kelvin karani
  • 72.
    Just ‘Human'

    Reviving
    Skeletons
    Of past ‘incomplete'
    Sweet memory read more »

    Najib Altawell
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