night fires (a poem) by su’eddie vershima agema

4 thoughts on “night fires (a poem) by su’eddie vershima agema”

  1. The news pops up like fires around the world and they remind us that everybody on the planet lives in their own little hell on earth; just some are hotter than others. Carry on my friend. ; )

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    1. True, true, true… funny I had some thoughts of that only a few hours back as I read of the attack in Nice. Life. Somehow, we live on and give it our best. Believing it will be better, by and by. We live!

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  2. I absolutely love the use of the imagery that’s fire and how the Narrator makes that distinction of how it goes from warming up and offering comfort…in the telling of folktales, to actually flipping out and burning up! Its sad this cold reality we’re forced to live, day in; day out, especially when we come to that harsh realization that bad things oft times happen to good people and there are more bad people…depraved minds, than there are good ones; in this insanely crazy world that we live in! We can only hope upon the stars that our lots be a lot better than the dreadful millions we read about daily when we think to ourselves…’there’s nothing new under the sun’, we’ve practically read and heard it all! 😁

    Fine poetic lines Sagely One, you too sabi jo! 😂😂😂

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    1. Merci sis… Kind words and can we ever not appreciate your analysis and exposition? That would be hard. I am thinking now too of all the fires that burn us. How do we survive? Isn’t that the question?

      We have read it and heard it, soon in faith, we shall overcome and live far better. Did I hear you say an AMEN?

      We will keep hoping, seeking new fires, and holding on to the graces of the heavens to help chart a new course taht

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