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Fire, abruptly starting
Spontaneous combustion
Water falling from the sky
Raindrops slipping through, into our eyes
Slipping through onto the fire
The fire, dissipates
Energy released, energy transferred, energy transformed
Left is a gas, a stream of steam
A cloud of smoke, rising to join
To be with the others
Nimbus, cumulus, cumulonimbus
Horrendous, disgusting
Such a dreary day
Clouds have covered the sky
Darkness, full coverage no sun
Almost no sky
All black, charcoal
Has consumed all
Coughs, and gasps
All I hear
As I attempt to cover my self
But I fail as I too am consumed

6 May 14

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