Raging Fire - Poem by Wiley Wildcard
A blazing inferno raged in the east
Almost like an untamed beast
It killed the land in endless feast.
Is there none for which to tame the beast?
The ocean gave a gift unto the sky.
Making clouds that they might try;
To kill the beast on the land so dry,
Or the clouds themselves would die.
A sudden shock the storm would send
Hoping that alone would end,
But the beast’s rage only did extend.
The land to kill and never mend.
In sadness or sorrow rain did fall
Like tears they fell to answer the call
The inferno grew weak and very small
Till none was left none at all.
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