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His Fire and Her Ice

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His Fire and Her Ice

Orange and yellow
Red and deep purple
In the existence of
Pure unlimited passion,
Unpredictable mystery,
And a shocking reality.

His fire is unstoppable
Even if he tried to stop
His flames spread
All through his strong heart.
He deeply knows
And clearly feels
That his soul is made of
Sun light rays.

Blue and light green
Brown and black
Surrounding expectations of
Unlimited romance
Interrupted by the fear
Of a wide eyed future
And a bittersweet truth.

Her Ice is unbreakable
Even if she tried her best 
To make it melt
The coldness spread
All through her fragile heart
But she never knew 
Or felt that 
Her soul is made of
Silver moonlight 

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  1. Date: 3/22/2013 10:42:00 AM
    a very very well written, i love your imagery and metaphor; a perfect writing. have you left the soup?

  1. Date: 12/13/2012 3:56:00 PM
    I love these Metphors, what a wonderous Poem you have written. Well done.

  1. Date: 12/13/2012 2:57:00 AM
    A lovely poem that you have done very unique, Omneya. - If it is for contest, I wish you luck and hope you win. - Now, as Christmas approached, I also wish you a nice and peaceful Christmas. - (Welcome to my Christmas poem) - Great Santa Claus hug from me to you / / Anne-Lise :)

  1. Date: 12/10/2012 11:18:00 AM
    Amazing write as always Omneya! I love how you've equated fire to sunrays and ice to moonlight -clever. It's interesting that he knows what exactly he is about, while she doesn't have a clue what she's about, I'd associate it with the unpredictability of female emotions. Well written poem! Stay strong.