Sunday, 6 December 2009

Lighthouse

LIGHTHOUSE

-noun
1. a tower or other structure displaying or flashing a very bright light for the guidance of ships in avoiding dangerous areas, in following certain routes, etc.
2. either of two cylindrical metal towers placed forward on the forecastle of the main deck of a sailing ship, to house the port and starboard running lights.



Your love guides me well
Through torment and calm alike.
Focus in the night.
Clearing out the waves of life
With your smile for a lighthouse.

Crown Point Lighthouse appears courtesy of The Library of Congress

8 comments:

PS the Pratsie said...

really beautiful :)

SandyCarlson said...

Nicely done, Nathalie. The lighthouse as a source of calm and stability. I like this very, very much.

Loch Rob said...

It is amazing, those things that can be the lighthouse (or beacon) in our life. Depending on the circumstance, it can be many things that we focus on as our anchor. Well done.

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Maggie said...

I like it...

Sweetest in the Gale said...

That last line was wonderful...I loved your take on this!

Tammie Lee said...

lovely poem
lovely relationship

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