Lucifer

High tide intensified,
the stone tower remains
steadfast
braced against the onslaught
of a tremendous tempest.

In the darkness,
battered by the raging sea,
it stands
gracefully offering light
to all in need.

1/15/14

Inspired by Mag 202
La Jument, off the coast of Brittany, photograph by Jean Guichard 















4 comments:

Silent Otto said...

I often think great sporitual leaders are like lighthouses, often they are there to warn lost ships away, whereas throwing oneself at their feet is to invite disaster .....
I think i will be my own lighthouse !
Cheers Mate

Letitia said...

And so you heard the echo of my metaphor, Kutamun...I feel the same. ;) Thanks for passing through and stopping long enough to comment.

Helena said...

If we all would just keep that light alight!

Letitia said...

*nodding* How about it Helena! Thanks for stopping by. :)

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