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Nova Scotia
by Felix LeRoy Perry

Monday, March 09, 2009
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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I want to dedicate this to all who are from Nova Scotia, all who have adopted Nova Scotia as their home like my Newfoundland cousins (Rose, Frank and Billly), all those who have visited and those who have yet to have that pleasure...this is my Nova Scotia.





Nova Scotia



(New Scotland)


Aye, tis the white flag crossed with blue

With It’s centre a lion brave and free

Proudly waving high on every masthead

With the wind blowing inland from the sea


While the distinct Nova Scotia tartan

Swirls round the bag pipers knees

While the Bluenose sails the waters

Billowed sails catch an Atlantic’s breeze


A Nova Scotia Duck Troller strolls the beach

With his master on a driftwood lover’s dream

Where the legends of Mi’kmaq’s Glooscap echo

and tears are still shed for the lost Evangeline


The Forts of the Citadel, Louisbourg, and Annnapolis

Still greet all who seek witness to our history

While our people in the towns and villages

Make Visitors welcome to the way of life you see


So come home to Nova Scotia

For I know you will love it like I do

This little piece of paradise once called New Scotland

Can't you hear it calling out to you…







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Reviewed by Dark Knight 8/17/2009
I hear Nova Scotia calling to me a lot more than people realize-well done
Reviewed by Gwendolyn Thomas Gath 3/19/2009

Thank you for the reboot almost forgot!

Lovely descriptions and imagery, would love to visit again someday. Have visited Niagara Falls, Christmas in the Gardens and amusement park there.
In-laws live near the border so I am sure to have the opportunity for re-visit. However it was instant love, ahhh enjoyed the pristine thoughts of Canada.


Reviewed by Natasha Head 3/19/2009
You have done us all proud with this write. I commend you on your love of our native land. Colour me inspired. I should be so luck to pen a piece such as yours. Blessings! N
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 3/17/2009
a lovely tribute to your home
Reviewed by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse 3/14/2009
Fee, I have always wanted to visit Canada!
Now you really are sealing the deal!
Sounds Wonderful!!!
Peace, Love & Inspirations
Reviewed by Sheila Roy 3/14/2009
Sounds beautiful there. You should look to get this poem published locally - it represents your home with an injection of history and pride. Excellent write, Fee! I can tell it comes from your heart. Love and Hugs,
Reviewed by J.A. Aarntzen 3/11/2009
You can hear the pipes swelling and the drums pounding as men from all over the province hold their hands to their hearts and sing your proud anthem!
Reviewed by Jon Willey 3/10/2009
as a man of Scottish descent, I welcome your poem and the warm thoughts of New Scotland Felix -- a lion adorns my family's armorial coat of arms also -- your invitation to one and all is most generous -- much love and peace -- JMW
Reviewed by Elizabeth Price 3/10/2009
Yes, I can hear it all the way in Missouri. lol. What a write. Excellent. Liz
Reviewed by William Bonilla 3/9/2009
Great write Fee
Love to sea side towns
love fresh sea food
would love to visit Nova Scotia
One day before I die
Peace be with you

Reviewed by Michelle Mead 3/9/2009
** SIGH ** Yes,I can. This poem brings out a longing to share this that you share with us. Good work, Felix- Michelle
Reviewed by Ann Marquette 3/9/2009
Felix, this is lovely.
thank you for sharing,

Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 3/9/2009
All that is wonderfully so rich in history is guarded, protected well in your heart and endearing words. A most worthy tribute to a beautiful part of this world....

Be always safe,
Reviewed by Cynthia Buhain-Baello 3/9/2009
Hello Felix,

I'll be there soon, they say it is the most beautiful place and the seafood (lobster) is really fantastic. Great tribute to your homeland!

Reviewed by M. Teresa Clayton 3/9/2009
I like that name "Evangeline" Your description of your beautiful homeland is awesome. Never been there, till now.
Reviewed by Selena Dobbin-Gillis 3/9/2009
Well written cuz, I have to agree, it is a beautiful and friendly place and that is why our family adopted such a facinating place to call home.

Love ya cuz
Reviewed by Carole Mathys 3/9/2009
It has been years since I last visited Nova Scotia, but I do plan on returning soon when the breezes are much warmer than now...well done

Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 3/9/2009
I've been to Canada, but not Nova Scotia. Sure would love to return to Canada and maybe have a chance to go to Nova Scotia; would also love to see Montreal, Vancouver, Nunavut, or Toronto! :) Wonderful tribute to your beloved home, Fee; well done! BRAVO!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :D
Reviewed by J'nia Fowler 3/9/2009
Yes I can. It is a sad thing for me to admit that I haven't been to Nova Scotia since I was a teenager. I loved its rocky shores and the green, green grasses and stone work. I have a friend for this beautiful paradise, Peggy's Cove, and she visits every year. Lucky her.
This poem is so beautiful. thank you and blessings, J'nia
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 3/9/2009
Never been there, but want to go, though I have been to an Annapolis, but in the state of Maryland, where my dad went to Naval officers training back in the late 30's just before WW2...I love that big puppy on the front of your pic, he is such a cutie...though don't tell Rufuz, he gets so jealous at times...Ed
Reviewed by Carolyn Red Bear (The Bear Paw) 3/9/2009
Hi Fee, Haven't been there but high on my list of places to go. This write makes it even more so. Thank you for sharing this beauty...

In Spirit,
Reviewed by Elizabeth Russo 3/9/2009
A lovely tribute to your homeland and you certainly make it inviting for those of us who have not been fortunate enough to visit (yet). I'd love to see 'New Scotland'. Loved your word choices and visuals in this piece, Fee. Hugs, Lizzie :)
Reviewed by Linda Settles 3/9/2009
You do such a wonderful job Fee. I can almost feel the Atlantic's breeze as I read this. Truly beautiful.

Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader) 3/9/2009
Well,I have been to Nova Scotia..and I love it..beautfiul writing sweet Fee...Hugssss..have a wonderful and safe day...
Reviewed by Christine Alwin 3/9/2009
One day....I will have to come see your beautiful Nova Scotia!
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 3/9/2009
Been in Canada and once drove from Edmonton via Calgary to Medicine Hat, and fill my lungs with that pure air.
Also was in Vancouver, Quebec and others places, but it was as a sailor that visited few Nova Scotia ports and I was sold, even when they can throw stones at each other the Qubecois and Bagpipe-blowers.
Nice tribute to a great place.


Reviewed by Mr. Ed 3/9/2009
I've wandered all over Canada, but haven't visited your little piece of heaven yet. But I plan to, especially since I heard that old Mi’kmaq Glooscap created Prince EDWARD Island!
Reviewed by Rose Rideout 3/9/2009
Why thank you Felix dear as I will certainly be coming home to our beautiful Nova Scotia real soon I hope. Your words are a praise to one of the most beautiful places a person can choose to live. Thank you for sharing.

Love ya face Cuz XOXOXO, Rose
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 3/9/2009

I would love to visit Nova Scotia!! Your write is a powerful indication, as to why. Well done!

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.

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