Leonnyes Z to A Challenge: “F” is for Fire


Mt. San Miguel on fire.  San Diego wildfire as...

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Submitted to Leonnyes Z to A Challenge: http://leonnyes.wordpress.com/

Fire

In my dream,
spot-fires bleed across the foothills,
crest on the summit,
swoop into our valley.

In the morning,
when I awaken,
you are gone.

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10 thoughts on “Leonnyes Z to A Challenge: “F” is for Fire

  1. Amity says:

    This is sad….he was lost without your knowing…poignant words Victoria!

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  2. Rumya says:

    Really destructive forest fires. Dread it happening anywhere!! 😦

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  3. trisha says:

    Just awesome! simply awesome. You painted a clear picture in handcounted words, i could see tha river of lava rolling into the valley. gorgeous.

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  4. sad it is.. that purifying fire can cause such havoc…

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  5. Tweety says:

    Sigh forest fires can be so dangerous…..so much is lost..so much devastation…nice capture..

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  6. I love poetry with few words that have lots of meaning. This is one of those poems, lovely!

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  7. By seeing it on TV, we get scared about forest fires…Imagine the poor little animals..Nice composition.

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  8. Nanka says:

    Forest fires running wild are so scary!! We had watched it on TV channels here 😦 As Varsha says, it reminded me of the same too!! What a blazing crest looks a great shot but imagining the destruction it had caused 😦 to Nature, man, life and property!!

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  9. Varsha says:

    hi Victoria.. is this pic taken at the time when wildfires happened in San Diego, california? it was so scary.. and this pic and the poem definitely reminds me of that

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