By Teresa Dean Smeigh
copyright October 2015
Greasy, dirty grill.
A hellish sight to behold.
Ignite with a match!
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Greasy, adjective: covered with or resembling an oily substance, producing more body oils than average, containing or cooked with too much oil or fat, slippery, (of a person or their manner) effusively polite in a way that is felt to be insincere and repulsive.
Hellish, adjective: of or like hell, extremely difficult or unpleasant; adverb: extremely (used for emphasis).
Ignite, verb: catch fire or cause to catch fire, with obj.] arouse or inflame (an emotion or situation).