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I fell in love with fire!
Blackness fell on me; alone, frightened, cold air strangling me.
I cried out for help, you glanced at me and winked tiny flickers of hope, I glanced back.
The wind united to play seductive games, sending your dangerously pleasant musty and savage scent.
Hypnotic kaleidoscopic finger tips motioning me closer.
You in a colorful costume, whistling, the flaming fingers snapping as we danced erotically.
Unexpected, jealous wind violently attacks; threats of abandonment, your light quickly leaving. I shrill and beg, loving gentle strokes create sparks, sacrificing nature, rebuilds your force.
Again, together; we love and dance. We care for one another, you gift; light and heat, I tender; sacrifice and kindling.
I awake to find you gone, my body covered in black soot, smoke filling my eyes and strangling me, alone and frightened again.
Scorching eternal regret; I neglected to create the spark; dismissed stroking my fire.