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Conflagration in the House

By HandsomelouiiThePoet (Lonzo ward)Published 2 months ago • Updated about a month ago • 1 min read
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Scorched
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Elements of fire

Burned swirls and flames around fiercely

Ashed my livings...

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When I was 22 years old, My First Apartment caught fire while my Then at the time Boyfriend was home and I was out with my Friends. I was traumatized when I Arrived to see an ambulance and a crowd of my neighbors outside... I was stopped ✋ and forbidden to go inside but I rushed past and Ran up the nearest staircase.

Down the hall on the second floor, I gasped for air... From my view, I saw clouds of dark smoke coming from beneath my front door 🚪 I panicked because I knew that my boyfriend was inside sleeping...

My building manager arrived behind me and called out for me to stop, but I sprinted toward the door and entered my key... To my surprise ‼️ 😮 I opened the door and was Knocked back against the wall by Buffers of Smoke 💨 I cried and screamed out his name, but all I could see was the Burning Flames...My Friend/Building manager held onto me and I Cried on her shoulder.

Nothing was saved from that apartment all my possessions were Charred, but he was ok! He jumped out the window and also I learned that the fire started because of him, but that's another saga!

I hope you enjoyed My short story /poem❤️‍🔥 #fire #scorched Handsomelouiithepoet

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  • J. R. Lowe2 months ago

    Oh wow the backstory behind the poem is wild 😅. Hopefully it worked out ok for you both in the end. Nice Haiku!

  • Omg I'm so relieved that he's okay! Beautiful Haiku!

  • Great job!!! Well written!!!

  • Babs Iverson2 months ago

    OMG! Fabulous poem for the challenge!!!

  • Cathy holmes2 months ago

    Scary situation. Glad you both were okay. Well done and thank you for sharing.

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