The Lighthouse and the Rage: A Poem

By Cassidy P

The Lighthouse and the Rage

The lighthouse towers high above
For all the sea to see,
The seagull watches like the dove
Who watches over me;

And once the storm came raging on,
Then yonder was the light—
For every Captain looked for dawn
To break the darkened night

And thence behind the lighthouse came
The ever-growing wave,
That evermore destroyed the fame
Of the innocent light that shone so brave,

But it wasn’t even just enough
To break through all the rage,
It seemed to be not ever tough
As soon to let the forces engage;

For all the lighthouse had was gone,
The wave had taken it over,
And all the Captains’ ships were drawn
To search for the four-leaf clover.


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