Rhonda Baker

Fire Worshiper - Poem by Rhonda Baker

Fire worshipers

The Fire Worshipers stand before their glory

Retracing the trade from along ago story

hypnotized by the flames that entice them in

with practice and skill, their work they begin

They seem unfazed by the heat that is staggering to most

Taking each heat wave, like the Ocean at the coast

So mesmerized by their work, they became oblivious to the crowd

Or that the music that drives them; is a bit too loud

Being part of this world and a part of their own

Their craft is their focus, and that alone

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, September 10, 2008

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