Tempest by Teodor Nihtianov
She had fire in her gut
and not the decent kind.
Not the romantic kind.
Not the one that allows her
It was cataclysmic.
Eight gallons of gasoline and a Zippo.
Meteors grinding the atmosphere.
She left no prisoners,
and scorched away all potential
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