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Amber flames entwine,
Striking through
The borderline

Wood is everywhere
Placed upon the fire's
Heap, stacked high

It's warmest flicker's
Deep, shinning shadow's

I find a place to lay my head
Witness its coals dims red.
Watching this dancing fire's
Sparkling gleam,  it's rhythm
Flows in my dreams
The distant image of home 
And land holds it's warmth 
In one's hand, I drift off in
Dreams so grand

When the fire dies, I feel the
Cold return, So now I rise
With rested eyes, and rekindle
Flames to burn
A lapsing warmth return

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