There flaunts a steady bridge of steel and all.
The despondent lighthouse shivers as the heartless waves crawl
Largo; Callous; Hubristic, they call
The lighthouse sways wherever the waves crash
The hopeless light on their head shines dim, observing the waves thrash.
Many suns and moons swing by, over the lighthouse and under the waves.
The once tall lighthouse begins to cave.
Are the waves rising or are they shrinking
Sadistic waves trample over their beacon, chuckling.
Suffocate the neck; snuff out the light
Hundreds of feet high, now hundreds of feet below
The seagulls continue to squeal whilst the ships continue to sail.
The lighthouse forgotten and tossed
As the waves crash and the tides recedes,
There unveils a shaky path of cracked cement.
Once stood the lighthouse curious and fervent.