John Franklin Ziebell

Rookie - 5 Points (May 17 1971 / Milford, Ct.)

The Lighthouse (Portland Me. Headlight) - Poem by John Franklin Ziebell

For I have stood where Longfellow once wrote,
while ferrying his pen, whose poems we now quote.
Under the lighthouse vigil of the deep sea ni,
whose headlight shines sharply on ships passing by.
Yes! , for I have stood where Longfellow once wrote,
while ferrying his pen, whose poems we now quote.

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Many times, many days, and many nights, the portland headlight, while I lived in maine.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, February 1, 2013

Poem Edited: Thursday, January 30, 2014


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