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Fire and ice...

Poetry By: Arid Land Kate

Tags: Fire, And, Ice, Love, Death

This is a poem for Faux Cloves poetry competition. Enjoy!

Submitted:Nov 20, 2012    Reads: 45    Comments: 11    Likes: 2   


What do you think, when I say fire and ice?

Opposites, two things not to be mixed.

But when those two met one day, fire and ice's meaning changed.

She was fire and he was ice. They slowly weaved into each others lives.

And although she burnt and scarred his soul, and he froze her fragile heart, together they still remain up to this day.

Fire and ice. Two different infernos that destroy each other in their blight.

She was fire and he was ice.

And although they destroyed each others lives, they now lie forever side by side.

Both infernos extinguished by their peacful sleep in the earths deeps...


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