It may be objected that a man cannot subsist in the sun; but does it follow from thence, that God cannot or has not constituted a nature peculiar to that fiery region, and caused it to be as natural and necessary for it to suck in and breathe out flames of fire, as it is for us to do the like in air.
A great flame follows a little spark.
Less than a drop of blood remains in me that does not tremble; I recognize the signals of the ancient flame.
He came in tongues of living flame.
If mind, as ancient sages taught, A never dying flame, Still shifts thro' matter's varying forms, In every form the same, Beware, lest in the worm you crush A brother's soul you find; And tremble lest thy luckless hand Dislodge a kindred mind.
Flames were rising from the waters and in the flames a blue man lived.
I look in the flames and see the hotter me.
See them burning crosses,see the flames get higher and higher
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