Author: Don Fraser


High on a cliff a light house was built, it shines itís light to warn ships of the dangers of the rocks below, Since it was built it saved many ships from crashing on the treacherous rocks, Before the light house many sailing ships crashed on those rocks. Now the ships are protected by the light in the dark.

The rocks below protect the light house from the powerful and angry waves of the sea, as it sits on the high cliff like a king guarding his domain, so does the light house guard the blinded ships from destruction, for without it the would surely crash on the rocks below.

Every sailor that has seen the light of a light house respects it and obeys itís light.


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