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Forest of fire

Forest of fire
By Borrelli on 12/26/2011
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Upon this path, the forest has burned in my wake
Lit up in a flurry of flames as I take my stroll
Though I must say, the blame is not completely mine
The plants that Ive passed have been dry and brown
I only carry the flame, ready to ignite someones heart

As I walk, I find myself in a forest of green and life
My imagination could not have conjured such beauty
The moment I saw her face my heart did race in this place
Excuse me my dear, do you mind if I stare at you a while?
You see, Im at a loss of words and quite afraid youll disappear

Shes keeping a distance and giving cautious glances
Kept safely behind a concrete wall I suspect that shes built
A wall I wish to be torn down, but let her do on her own
Behind her I see a path of ashes leading to this place of green
Weve both had our infernos which have led us to this point

Its hard living with only half a heart, I only wish one thing
To take her beautiful loving half, ignite it with mine making it whole
Ill wait and allow time for her to allow the wall between us to collapse
Take her in my arms and tell her to forget the past, look at whatll last
And in that moment ignite her heart and know Im not letting her go

By Borrelli On 12/26/2011 1:50:59 AM
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