Poemetry: The Lighthouse

I felt like writing a poem. Not a common thing I suppose. Nor a pursuit I consider an expertise of mine. But I thought I would post it anyway. And it remains on topic.


You, a lighthouse of my own design

That watches waters shy,

And left unsought you sigh

For the ship of cherry wood. You pine,

With unabated light, for its berth

Upon our rocky shore,

To rest forever more

Where you and I jointly brick the earth.


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