Tami Brooke


Fire - Poem by Tami Brooke

I am wild and free; respecting no boundary
Leaping into the air; reaching for the sky
Crackling and snapping is my music
I send sparks out into nature
Bright specks eveloped in darkness
I give the gift of light and warmth on a cold night

I am an array of dancing colorrs
You may get lost in my seductive orange gaze
I bite an allow no one to touch because I am proud
Destructive and beautiful all in the same
Always leaving a glowing impression
Burning in your soul forever

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, November 30, 2004



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