The fire tiptoed to the center of the town
And rested atop of a mountain of brown.
It blazed and danced, running through the trees
In a flurry of excitement, not once at ease.
The sky was sad
To see the city go mad
And shed such large tears
That the city came with fear.
The clouds united
The birds aflighted
And the fire continued to chase.
The tears went abuzz
And followed the fire, ‘cause
‘Twas it’s duty to let it out.