Lighthouse

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We were to experience more, I waited all night but no knock at the door, perhaps it was too much celebrating; too much champagne although friends and family had seen our being, searching for months with a glimpse of seeing he was truly happy for the first time in along time.

Missing him, missing me, was from now on, was never to be; looking on; I nearly collapsed to a bow when he said ” I do.” I said, ” I do too. When I looked into his eyes, never once did he blink, nor I.

So the years will pass without a memory left behind. We have our new targets set. Maybe, you will be like a beacon, perhaps a lighthouse, a light to navigate and my protector from storms.

It’s more than a glimmer of hope, it’s a raising of his hand, giving my cheek a stroke. The journey is written all over, to go through life alone would be such a loss, searching for a memory lost would be to great for one to bare.

At this moment I realised my lover, was my best friend, to be taken and claimed by no other; Gripping my chest to wipe a tear with my sleeve.

I awaited for him to come to my rescue, never to leaving me in the depths to drown, but to begin a life and now, we are in plain sight for all the world to see.

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Mumbles Head
Lighthouse
S. Wales, UK

“This stone lighthouse has stood on the outer islet at Mumbles Head since 1794. Originally a twin platform construction with a coal fired beacon on each, it was designed to alert passing ships of the dangerous Mixon Sands and Cherry Stone Rock – two massive undersea sand banks that have caused the destruction of countless ships and taken the lives of hundreds of seamen over the centuries.”
More at http://www.exploregower.co.uk

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