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Wildfire

Bucking bronco, rotating out the gate, Ton of flesh, an expression of hate, Provoked to anger in a pen, Intentionally, by rodeo men. Brutal Tongue, through lips at rapid rate, Can unload tons of passion and hate, Provoked to anger from within, Intentionally, by devilish fiend. Burning like a wildfire out of control, Stronger than firefighters on patrol, Each one can hit like a lightning jolt, Bronco with shock; man with thunderbolt. Midst man or beast; taming the wild is hard, Cowboy or steed in rodeo yard, Tongue or bronco with flaming ire, “Tis hard to bridle a burning wildfire.

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