If a forest catches fire, both the dry and the wet will burn up.
No lamp burns till morning.
One spark is enough to burn a hundred worlds.
Uneaten soup and burned mouth.
Work is burning down to his nail.
Should one burn down one’s house for fear of rats.
We are no more than candles burning in the wind.
How can you be burnt by chilies which you have not eaten?
Once burned by milk you will blow on cold water.
Eat fire and your mouth burn ; live on credit and your pride will burn.
When an old man dies, a library burns to the ground.