on the tip of my tongue
waits the gift that
prises opens the deadwood door,
loses religion and saves faith;
invites SPIRIT loose to
burst out, break through, baptise,
light the blue touch paper,
spark a forest fire inside;
though You may burn my lips,
I fear no coals
that set the world
with astonishing acts.
Poets United Poetry Pantry #135
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