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Author Name: FreeJam 1 Comments
Date Added: June 07, 2004 06:06:30 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Stir the embers
Stir the embers,
The fire is running low.
My soul remembers
And desires that glow.

Add wood to the fire,
And let it burn again.
I want hope to aspire
To relinquish the pain.

Let me dance and catch alight,
Echoing the fire in my blood,
And burn myself out so bright,
To stem the tears that flood.
Author's Notes:
Uh I dunno, when I'm really happy it feels like I'm on fire inside, and the reverse when I'm sad :)
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Comment By: FreeMary AnnieA.V. on June 8, 2004 07:19:52 AM Report
beautiful write..lovely..


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