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Jack

Jack said that from a distance, the mountains looked like they were red
and the glow from the fire danced for all
off on the far horizon there was unrelenting havoc
as the men who risked their lives watched another gumtree fall

No faster could the wildlife run to flee this fiery blaze
when the wind would take a hold and turn it back on them
countless years of nature, wiped out in merely seconds
if ever there was any, this was the greatest sin

Jack said that it was smokey as he saddled up his horse
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