Antonio Liao

Rookie - 724 Points (november 7,1957 / dapitan city)

Lighthouse the little heaven

i have seen the heaven, i have conquer the sky
i have surf the ocean and expose the wild wind
in my outmost form.... I am a witness to all

I come in many heights and bends various degrees,
just to let you see, the vast sea that everybody want
to look, I kept people happy anytime of the day, as
they climb to the stair their hearts and body makes
them very healthy

everyone’s wish in the top they quest, as the fresh
breath air comes, their lonely soul quench for more
for in the lighthouse they always stopped, my stand
brings them see the beauty of the sky they wish
to be, now I know why old and young wants me to

birds dive from the distance blue water, aim to hold
for another day, as wind blew from the waving shore,
my stand had waited them to fall, and the light glance
shows as it paste in my daring wall as they anchored

wish may go for century I guided the mariners, the lost
ship and the fishermen surmounting the angry
wave and the trembling roar of the hungry sea, the
turmoil of wind shelter the astray flying species for,
where ever I may go they will always be there to stay

I take the pride, for what more wish I pray, I will still be
remained ….. a lighthouse…… a little heaven... near the
blue water sea’s

Submitted: Tuesday, February 10, 2009
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