Lighthouses – Yamamoto Taro

Lighthouses

Lighthouses resemble poets
watching only perilous things-
a storm in the centre of the wind
or an approaching tide

Poets resemble lighthouses
experiencing anguish
they build their solitude

Because their light
is always stolen by the distance
their interior
is deeper than any darkness.
– Yamamoto Taro

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Author: nehal

Physician by profession, I like to spend my spare time reading literature and philosophy, getting to know different cultures and exploring various forms of creative expressions,..paintings,music, photography, cinema, theatre, sculpture and of course poetry. I usually write in my mother tongue Gujarati and sometimes in Hindi and English. Nehal’s world is at the crossroads of my inner and outer worlds, hope you like the journey…

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