Tuesday, 5 November 2013

1 Poem by Frank William Finney

The Lighthouse Keepers


Puppeteers buckling sandals
at the top of the steps.

By day they chase shadows
of sail and scull.

By night and storm
do drowned men speak

to trespassless towers
the silence of seaweed.


Bionote

Frank William Finney’s poems have appeared in such publications as Danse Macabre, Paris/Atlantic, Staple Competition Poems, and The Green Hills Literary Lantern.  He lives, writes and teaches (at Thammasat University) in Bangkok, Thailand.

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