There is a light that never goes out.

After a busy week …and a relax moment at the beach…..My buddy starts to write poetry.

The grey clouds reflect the beams of light

the lonely light house stood by the sea

not a star light through the clouds

the moon a faded silver ball

the salty breeze add a refreshing spell

a sound of waves on the shore tales to tell

a distant ship and flying airplane to miss it all

a shame yet to share it with a friend

my wish wrapped in a smile

a humble joy to give

Tx to Ajit Peter aka Pety.

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18 Responses to There is a light that never goes out.

  1. Joe Cutler says:

    Your smile is often a light in my day though I can’t see it I sense it in your comments, bless you my friend.

  2. prenin says:

    Nice piece hun!!! πŸ™‚

    Love and hugs!


  3. A beautiful poem. May the Light forever guide you upon your own pathway Mj and may your path always stay bright.
    Xxx hugs Sue

  4. natswans says:

    Beautiful Poem
    Hugs Sheila x

  5. Androgoth says:

    I like this one by Ajit Peter
    it has a very nice feel to the
    poetry πŸ™‚ It is very nice of
    you to add it here too Sweeti

    Have a very nice Wednesday πŸ™‚

    Androgoth XXx

  6. Divoo says:

    after long, a nice, refreshing poem by your buddy! πŸ™‚

  7. jennygoth666 says:

    hi its been ages i know ive had trouble with my space for agesbut il try and fix it hope your well lovely poem xjen

  8. jennygoth666 says: xxjen try this link you might be able to access i hope so

  9. sweet moments remembered; who doesn’t have them?
    with love, Eddie

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