burn, baby, burn

21 Jun

It burns.

There is no need to explain that when you say it. Everyone knows what you mean. Everyone has felt it sometime or another.

It burns.

Do you remember? Can you feel it? Do you flash on it when the athelete foot commercial is on? Does it make you nervous to feel it again?

It burns.

What does it take to put out the fire? It seems everytime I think I have extinguished it, it burst into flames once again.

It Burns.

Fight fire with fire. Ignite the passion. Feel the fire of you life and your passions. I feel the burn of family, friends and of God. Burn the fear. Burn the anxiety. Burn the guilt and doubt. Burn, baby, burn

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