My Fire 

By:Tina Glover/Unknownperson79





“My Fire”




It’s still you 


who’s the only one


who’s able to light 


up the fire in me


and also erase it


and as my fire is 


slowly buring out as 


it is starting disappear 


and it is starting 


to slowly disappear 


and as it fading-fading


through this place and


becoming so hollowed


as it’s being erased from


time and space now it ceases


to stop receiving the firey


flaming burning feeling’s 


you once


brought into my world as 


whorls away from time


and space and everything 


now nothing will ever be 

the same for this dame 


and as this dame’s 


flame within my heart 


and soul will never be 


whole again 


because it had to go 


away from me and you  









©Tina Glover All Rights Reserved–And not allowed to use any parts of my poems, writing, word’s, thinking, thoughts, stories or quotes without my consent and knowledge to do so and it’s greatly appreciated in advance thanks y’all


August 6,2016
http://dreamilycleverlylover.tumblr.com

#writing #thoughts #poem #fire 

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Published by: unknownperson79/SleepingAngels2010

I am me and the best person I can be and also I love to write poetry and have published a book...But most importantly I am chiarian with a rare brain disease called Arnold Chiari Malformation Disease and it has no cure as of yet for more information on chiari visit link I'm providing you (www.conquerchiari.org) and each day is a struggle and battle with my chiari malformation disease but someone who has the guidance of God I will make it through to another day and another tomorrow and just remember that God loves you to and regardless be happy being you and don't change yourself for no one because you cannot please everyone so don't die trying to... And I love to write and share my works with y'all but sometimes my brain becomes confused and I make some mistakes but I surely will correct them and have a blessed day...

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