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Fire Water Air And Earth

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Fire Water Air And Earth

Fire burns within our spirits, forging the fate of our soul. And upon exaltation its flame envelopes us whole. Water's essential to life, that started in the ocean. And flows within every cell like a magical potion. Air fills our lungs with each breath, oxygenating our blood. And takes carbon dioxide, allowing flora to bud. Earth is essential for health, storing minerals we need. And all those trace elements, are absorbed each time we feed. We're fire, water, air and earth, some alchemist understood. And strove to share their insights, throughout the ages best they could.

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  1. Date: 3/23/2015 5:16:00 PM
    Emile, this is an excellent piece of poetry. Well done. :O) Keep up with the great work. Keep on penning. Thank you so very much for sharing your wonderful and creative talents with us. We all truly appreciate it. A 7 from me. *S* Cynthia

  1. Date: 2/6/2015 6:34:00 PM
    Dear Emile, Hope this finds YOU and YOURS Healthy and High in the Spirit. I enjoyed reading this POETIC Tapestry and Would Like to answer Michael Clarke's ?? The Form "I do not Know" is not well received on the SOUP Many Times with Many POETS it disqualifies YOU from winning a Contest. YOU should enter Linda/PD's contest. YOU can always use Free Verse when YOUR not sure about the form. This POEM could be Rhyme: soul-whole; ocean-potion; blood- bud; need- feed;understood-could. Superb Quill...HG

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    Date: 2/7/2015 10:56:00 AM Block poet from commenting on your poetry

    Thank you HG, for pointing that out, it was meant to be rhyme the " I don't know" was a error that I overlooked. I will change it now, thanks again. Emile.
  1. Date: 5/8/2013 1:37:00 PM
    This is an entertaining elemental poem for me to read. I especially like the analogy presented in the 1st stanza: fire igniting spirit and forging the metal of our soul -- the age-old quest of the Alchemist.