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Roaring Fire Poems

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Cold and Lost
She sits alone on the cold, dirty pavement
looking despondent and lost
her small voice request pleadingly 'any loose change miss'
I see her most days on my way to work
wonder at her age, her history and ask myself 'where is her mum'?

The...Read More
Categories: roaring fire, age, death, humanity, loneliness, lost, memorial, snow,
Form: Free verse

Baudelaire translation: The Balcony
Le Balcon (The Balcony)
by Charles Baudelaire
loose translation by Michael R. Burch

Paramour of memory, ultimate mistress,
source of all pleasure, my only desire;
how can I forget your ecstatic caresses,
the warmth of your breasts by the roaring fire,
paramour of memory, ultimate mistress?

Each night...Read More
Categories: roaring fire, beauty, crush, for her, french, lust, paris,
Form: Verse
The Manor house
By invitation from a trusted friend, 
a medium intervention took place and I went.
The building set in the thick forest by a shimmering lake,
some broken sheds looking sad and strange to take.
Weeded and worn the manor house thatch,
a frail welcome...Read More
Categories: roaring fire, imagination, inspiration, nostalgia, parody,
Form: Ballade
The Halloween Cat
Down the lane in a dark alley lives a slinky cat with superpowers. Her abilities go beyond your wildest dreams. They call her Dumpy cuz she eats at the local dump , scraps down under. Her green eyes shine like...Read More
Categories: roaring fire, halloween,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Dance with Jesus
God’s blessings are new every morning
I awaken to send up praises to Him
And I want to remind you of His warning
For those who do not believe, the end is grim

God sent His one and only Son into the world
To be...Read More
Categories: roaring fire, bible, christian, faith, god, inspirational, jesus, love,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member The Prairie Farmer
Summer is over and the farmer now rests from his toil,
Having labored hard to wrest his crops from the fruitful soil.
Fall has arrived and all the crops have been gathered in.
The corn, wheat and soy beans lie dormant in the...Read More
Categories: roaring fire, farm, seasons,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member GOODBYE MY LOVE

Looking down undulating mountains with
Their highs and dips,
Reminding me of your long neck, your breasts,
Your thighs and hips,
Your miraculous face, running my finger down
Your brow, your nose and lips,
Your soft sensuous arms, your hands and your
Sensitive finger tips.

I’m brought back...Read More
Categories: roaring fire, sky,
Form: Rhyme
So, I went to this place, where everyone had a familiar face
But at the moment of connection, I experienced an abrupt correction
So, I turned and walked away
Oh, they smiled and played, til I got in their way
They grimaced at my...Read More
Categories: roaring fire, desire,
Form: Rhyme

Countries where fluffy, naughty frilly snow continually falls, 
Is a fairy-tale where children and adults, skate on sheets of ice.
In South Africa we also see with wondrous awe, when snow calls
And time arrives, these tasteless watery...Read More
Categories: roaring fire, animal, beautiful, snow, winter,
Form: Sonnet
Changes of us
Changes in the relationship
It was friendship, then relationship now broken ship
They say hell has no fury like a women scorn
It was kisses from a rose, now tongues Pierce
With scorn
It went from calling every time, to cant find time
It went from...Read More
Categories: roaring fire, feelings,
Form: ABC
Maybe I misunderstood
When I agreed to honor your request
Half belongs to me
And the other, I choose to invest loving you

Boundaries are important
No one can have ALL they desire
So why are you disappointed/surprised
That I don't have a ROARing fire pursuit of...Read More
Categories: roaring fire, love,
Form: Free verse
You came to me in the night
Perceiving my heart's desire
My candle for you, still lit
But no roaring fire


You speak, I listen
You command, I yield
"Can't you see, I'm barren
There's no fruit in my field!"


Promises made to me
Witnesses present to attest
Your LOVE...Read More
Categories: roaring fire, love hurts,
Form: Rhyme
Winter, get out of my way its time for you to go astray,
Let spring come and give the showers for which we pray
make flowers bloom and turn roses head high in the air, 
keep the icicles under our feet until...Read More
Categories: roaring fire, change, death, flower, roses are red, seasons,
Form: Ballad
God We Have To Thank
God We Have To Thank

Was a famous priest named Father Frank;
And when seen how our sad  hearts sank;
Loved a lot;
He said not;
God we have to thank for pulling a prank.

There once had been a promising pastor;
Did perturb us by...Read More
Categories: roaring fire, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member 'A Spoonful Of Snow'
Oh, Christmas Day is creeping up on us,
my decorations sure do look lovely;
on my street the blinking lights are breathless,
   I sure do love Christmas;
but, I need some white stuff called snow, badly!

All the leaves have fallen to...Read More
Categories: roaring fire, christmas,
Form: Rhyme
The Cowboy Rides For Christmas, Part II
For half an hour Dix had rode true
when the canyon opened up wider.
In front of him five stubbly men
sat around a roaring fire.

The leader Dixon recognized,
as his sifted through Santa’s sack.
He was an outlaw known far and wide
by the name...Read More
Categories: roaring fire, adventure, christmas, family, hero, holiday,
Form: Cowboy
Premium Member The Season of Love
leaves are burnt
orange and red
falling and drifting.

It is Thanksgiving-
we gather all our love,
all together again;
the turkey is divine,
the pumpkin pie so sublime.
Goodbye-  see you at Christmas!

Outside is a picture perfect winter wonderland,
the family is gathered around a roaring fire;
or...Read More
Categories: roaring fire, autumn, christmas, thanksgiving, winter,
Form: I do not know?
Which way should I turn and go
Into the wind and the driving snow
Across the moor, barren and white
One against nature, alone and slight

The howling wind displaces the white
Dark sky chases away the light
Visions of home invade my mind
Cloud my thoughts...Read More
Categories: roaring fire, nature, winter,
Form: Rhyme
The Snowflake
The Snowflake

Sit quietly
And pretend 
There's a roaring fire 
In the fireplace

The snow
Silently builds 
Against the north side
Of the house. 

The smoke? 
To the wind howl?

And maybe 
In the cold night
Hear a barn door
Banging away? 

But we're wrapped
In our feather...Read More
Categories: roaring fire, memory, snow, wind, winter,
Form: Free verse
Phi For One
Mu for Alpha

Orange splices of pure fire fall to the cavernous wall as if the world was on its head,
Shadows of friends in greeting prints the rock a far, 
I sit in comfort and complete humility by a...Read More
Categories: roaring fire, fear, pride,
Form: Free verse
On the Edge of Darkness
On the Edge of Darkness

Caught in the void’s magnetic grip, jagged
Thoughts hurtling abyss bound, like you I felt,
Hopelessly hanging above that enraged                 
Roaring fire...Read More
Categories: roaring fire, conflict, self,
Form: Italian Sonnet
Premium Member The beauty in these words

The beauty in these words

Rainbows o’er the valley, vibrant colors on the hill
Coconut and apple pies now cooling on the sill
A warm day in November as if fall has turned to spring
Hummingbirds and butterflies and cardinals on the wing

A picnic...Read More
Categories: roaring fire, beauty, good night,
Form: Rhyme

As the storm raged, there were several knocks on the door,
She stood the completely drenched, from her head down to the floor.
This stunning princess was looking for somewhere to stay
Her name is Fiona; well, in this...Read More
Categories: roaring fire, humor, humorous,
Form: Rhyme

I’m a sucker for a windswept cape,
The beloved hero who comes over the hill
And a beautiful landscape cheers him on.

And I can feel her heartbeat against her chest wall
And see the candles light up her eyes, and...Read More
Categories: roaring fire, love, romantic,
Form: Free verse
The Wordsmith's Anvil
The Wordsmith's Anvil

 It starts as a tiny ember
In my mind, heart and soul
A single word or simple thought
Synapses fire furiously
Fanning it like a blacksmith's bellows

Suddenly it is a roaring fire
Brain now engulfed in the blaze
I have to quench quickly
Lest...Read More
Categories: roaring fire, poetry, poets,
Form: Free verse