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LET THE FIRE BURN


Unlock the door of my soul
With the key of your fiery lips
Enter the domain of my secrecy
To be joined in ecstasy
Let the fire burn.
'Tis the sonnet of love, my valentine.
Fire burn! Fire burn! Fire burn!
Unquenchable flames dangerously grow
While siren engine sings
With unsheathed hoses
Spouting water all about, like many words.
Let the fire burn.
'Tis the sonnet of love, my valentine.
Fire burn!


For more poetry by Guyana's own James C. Richmond, please visit http://jamesrichmond.blogspot.com

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