Poems about Fire poems

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Fire Pages by Carl Sandburg

I will read ashes for you, if you ask me. I will look on the fire and tell you from the gray lashes And out of the red and black tongues and stripes, I will tell how fire comes And how fire runs f

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There Was A Man Who Lived A Life Of Fire by Stephen Crane

There was a man who lived a life of fire. Even upon the fabric of time, Where purple becomes orange And orange purple, This life glowed, A dire red stain, indelible; Yet when he was dead, He sa

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Fire by Adam Zagajewski

Probably I am an ordinary middle-class believer in individual rights, the word "freedom" is simple to me, it doesn't mean the freedom of any class in particular. Politically naive, with an average

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Fire-Fly City by Henry Van Dyke

Like a long arrow through the dark the train is darting,Bearing me far away, after a perfect day of love's delight:Wakeful with all the sad-sweet memories of parting,I lift the narrow window-shade

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By An Autumn Fire by Lucy Maud Montgomery

Now at our casement the wind is shrilling, Poignant and keen And all the great boughs of the pines between It is harping a lone and hungering strain To the eldritch weeping of the rain; And then

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Light Your Fire On Us by Mary Wismer

I carry pride like a disease, you know I'm Stubbornand I'm longing to be close! I fell desperate without vision, you wrap around me like a winter Coat.you've come and burned me with a kissand my

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Fire On The Ridge by Mary Havran

In the west there is fearsome fire in the hills.Full of dread, the people watch as flames burn upon the ridge.Fierce winds fan the fury where the fires singe.Meanwhile there’s hot air blasting fo

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Sonnet 45: The Other Two, Slight Air And.. by William Shakespeare

The other two, slight air and purging fire,Are both with thee, wherever I abide;The first my thought, the other my desire,These present-absent with swift motion slide.For when these quicker elemen

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"The Quite Fire&Quot; by Margot Lindsey

Quite is the fire, quite is the dreams, quite is the passions, the laughter and the tears, Quite is the fire that sooths the moment. Quite is the fire it's like a snow bird in flight, lie still, l

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A Fire-Fly by nimal dunuhinga

The man was sentenced to deathjury was agreed and the magistrate already signed.He was an innocent criminal and a scapegoatbut no options.The true criminal with the Lordsand the Law is imbalanced

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An Olive Fire by Robert William Service

An olive fire's a lovely thing;Somehow it makes me think of SpringAs in my grate it over-spillsWith dancing flames like daffodils.They flirt and frolic, twist and twine,The brassy fire-irons wink

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Yea, The Roses Are Still On Fire by Mathilde Blind

Yea, the roses are still on fire With the bygone heat of July, Though the least little wind drifting by Shake a rose-leaf or two from the brier, Be it never so soft a sigh. Ember of love still g

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