Daniel Mason

Rookie - 0 Points (05/19/1994 / Detroit Michigan)

Fire - Poem by Daniel Mason

Deep down Im always heated
Within my fiery soul
Trying to overcome this flamin road
Why cant I be normal why cant I be cold

Im a hot head off the top of the dome
Eyes so warm i can blink and melt Chrome
I myself is full of sin
Because i cant chill the fire within

I find myself blinded in the moment of battle
Only thing i recognize is my bright flaming shadow
Even when im still my shadow Fades away
But im still so hot at the end of the day

Cliche' cliche' things are never my way
Makes me think of the times way back in the day
When I was cool and Bro you remained heated
But without my Big Brother Im easily defeated

I was cheated as a child growing up so rough
But without you bro things are so tough
The day you left was the day I changed
Its like in every way our blood has excahanged

Im hot your cold...tellin me to take it easy
But I never thought Id see the day when you'd become cheezy
Im old your new Im new your old
because without my big bro i could never be cold.


Comments about Fire by Daniel Mason

  • (12/7/2009 9:24:00 AM)


    I know baby oh and you trust me toooo. (dont you) ? And thank you both for ur comments (Report) Reply

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  • (12/4/2009 11:43:00 AM)


    same here da day wen ma daddy went to jail wen he got out he went back n kept going back n i began 2 get to heated n frustrated bcuz i neva get to c him ne more. n wen he left i changed i hated the police n i hated him fa keep leaving but now wen i talk 2 him he tells me how much he misses me n try 2 bring ma grades back up n just calm down a lil bit but i cant cuz i been through so much n ma life n he doesnt even know about it but yet he is the only man i trust n dis world so yea i feel you babiie (Report) Reply

  • (12/3/2009 10:07:00 AM)


    there is real fire here
    i like your poem
    its awfully good
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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 3, 2009

Poem Edited: Wednesday, December 9, 2009


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