The Four Corners

Down beside the lighthouse
An unspoilt view out to sea
We’d sit at the four corners
To see what we could see
We’d watch the waves come crashing in
Upon the rocks below
We’d sit there on many a day
In sunshine, rain and snow
We had the best view of the boats
Coming in to land
The best view of the shoreline
And the beautiful golden sand
We’d sit and talk about everything
We’d laugh and joke and sing
Memories of a childhood
And the perfect joy they bring

Four Corners

Photo ©Larry Wood

The Four Corners is the little white shelter by the rocks where I used to sit with my grandfather. The view out to sea here is amazing. Lots of happy memories there.

Many Thanks to Larry Wood for the use of his excellent photograph

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