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A poem of bush fire
Name: bhama rajan
About bush fire
Basically a bushfire is the flames or burning of bush, forest or woodland area. Bush fire are natural hazard or natural disaster, most common in Australia but also occur in many places around the world where there is plenty of wood, plant leaves or forest that can burn.
Why bush fire is useful
Environmentally bushfire can be important to local ecosystems. e.g. smoke is sometimes needed for seeds to germinate. Bushfire benefits to the environment and recovery. Bushfire can have a economic and emotional effect on people and property directly affected.
A picture of bush fire
the facts of bush fire
A bushfire is an out of control fire, which may have been deliberately lit, accidentally lit, or started by a natural cause.
Other names for bushfires are wildfires, brush fires, forest fires, desert fires, grass fires, hill fires, vegetation fires and veldfires.
Bushfires occur on every continent except Antarctica.
In the United States of America, 60,000 – 80,000 bushfires typically occur every year.
The major natural bushfire starters are lightning, volcanic eruptions, rock fall sparks or, plainly, self heating.
The time of the poem
Heat beats down upon the street Birds too hot to fly, Blistered sand you cannot stand Drenched with sweat am I. Cows collect in shadow deep Panting sheep hang head, Goshawk flies in cobalt skies Hills of grass stand dead