An Angry Fire - Poem by Haley Akin
It begins small like a burning ember,
what starts it you cannot remember.
The more you feed it the brighter it glows.
Feel it... as the fire grows.
Flicking and blistering from the inside out.
The damage created begins to mount.
Scarring and burning it stalls to a fester.
Putting your soul into sequester.
Churning, it thrashes assuming control,
until you decide... to just let it go.
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