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Author Name: FreeKaren 6 Comments
Date Added: January 06, 2008 12:01:42 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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The Justice of Fire

Fire a rapid, persistent chemical reaction that releases heat and light

That can light up the sky so luminously forceful and bright

A fire is distinguished by magnitude, and destructive power

It consumes and devours

Everything that gets in its path

Like an angry God - administrating tribulation and wrath

Displaying luminosity or brilliance, as of a cut and polished gemstone

Claiming destruction of earth’s precious throne

Ignited; ablaze; and filled with excitement and intensity

With heated vapors of such immense density

To project or hurl suddenly and robustly

Is it ever so justly

To arouse the emotions of a intensely heat spherical cloud of desire

Emotions within which claims two hearts to climb higher and higher

Exploding in the urge of such sexual release

Able to extinguish the fire in such a stimulating peace

Author's Notes:
What a why to light up the sky!
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Comment By: PremiumRaymond Pinsonneault on October 13, 2008 02:40:57 PM Report
Loved the rhymes..very good write and balance, meaningful...vivid imagery, made me think of the bullet I took in Vietnam...bombs, burning fire, sudden & robust hurt ..also sensual,  "exploding urge ..sexual release..two hearts.. desire higher.."
 see my "After"...

Comment By: FreeSteve on February 9, 2008 10:28:54 PM Report

To arouse the emotions of a intensely heat spherical cloud of desire  Wow....very expressive poem


Comment By: FreeGraham Jones on February 9, 2008 03:38:18 AM Report
Excellent writing and so vividly described, a bed of emotion that explodes across the page, a pleasure to read, Oh! and a Very Happy Birthday Karen.
Comment By: FreeStephen Owen AKA Passion Hawk on January 7, 2008 03:01:14 PM Report
very powerful and loving write,emotions and feelings say it all Karen ,keep up the good work..steve
Comment By: FreeFelicia Harbach on January 7, 2008 02:21:26 PM Report
Karen! I love the intensity in your poem.  Passion is in the piece is there from just reading it and visualizing the images your words stimulate. Great job.  I wrote a poem on the same topic check mine out and let me know what you think!!! Thanks and keep up the great work.
Comment By: FreeShe Whispers on January 6, 2008 10:36:20 PM Report

Karen....Ahhh ...the flame of desire ..higher and higher... This is so tasteful and with embracing rapture!!

 Thanks for your great comments on my poems your such a dear lady..

..  ~ She Whispers

To arouse the emotions of a intensely heat spherical cloud of desire


Emotions within which claims two hearts to climb higher and higher


Exploding in the urge of such sexual release


Able to extinguish the fire in such a stimulating peace






 


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