A fire burns in the night.
Raging, burning, consuming.
A fire burns, yet sheds no light.

The wind howls across the plains.
Freezing, cutting, biting.
The wind howls, but has no voice for the pain.

The waves crash upon the shore.
Cold, drowning, salt-bitter.
The waves crash, yet none hear the roar.

The earth trembles all above the land.
Rocking, shifting, crushing.
The earth trembles, but shifts no grain of sand.

This text is copywrited by Brad Colver, 1997. It may be duplicated as long as the the copywrite stays with it.

Questions and comments are welcome and may be directed to bradac at alaska dot net