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by Felix LeRoy Perry
Tuesday, July 21, 2009
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There is nothing as forlorn sounding as a bell buoy in the is like this sense of isolation and lonliness sweeps over you and captures the sadness of the soul...


By: Fee

I hear a Bell buoy ring out like a mantra

As the Old Hag Fog horn cries in the bay

The Forchu lighthouse keeps gazing about

Searching it seems for love gone astray

The rain drips teardrops on the glass pane

As outside the world hides itself in the fog

I still hear you say you’ll always love me

Etched in my heart like in a sea captain’s log

They say new tide will bring in tomorrow

Returning waves visit, that have tasted away

I sit alone just contemplating my window

And what caused your sweet love to stray

I’ ll light the lantern once more in my window

‘Tis a beacon to prove this old sailor still cares

Aye, and I’ll climb up that creaking old stairway

So my pillow can swallow my tears…

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Reviewed by Jane Noponen Perinacci 8/9/2012
I feel the yearning here! My heart is with the "old sailor".

Love ya!

Reviewed by Jon Willey 7/29/2009
to search into the vastness of air murky with the dampness of endless tears of despair -- the lonely heart reaches out into the desolation -- this is a moving love story Felix -- peace and love my friend -- Jon Michael
Reviewed by Annabel Sheila 7/27/2009
Aw, Fee, this one echoes sadness and gone astray. Beautiful, haunting piece.

Reviewed by Sheila Roy 7/26/2009
A haunting piece, Fee. Love and Hugs,
Reviewed by Maggie Eidt (Reader) 7/24/2009
This clutched at my heart. The depth of lonliness in this work leaves one slightly breathless. Well penned.
Reviewed by J'nia Fowler 7/24/2009
Awe, so sad Fee. Hugs, J'nia
Reviewed by Mary Coe 7/24/2009
Such talent! Well done. I really enjoyed the read.
Reviewed by Goddess Love (Reader) 7/23/2009
It has an eerie feel to it <a feel of isolation.> well done.
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart 7/23/2009
"Etched in my heart like a sea captain's log" such a haunting line for a truly beautiful and tragic poem of lost love.
Reviewed by jude forese 7/22/2009
you've managed to capture the atmosphere of love's isolation with a unique metaphor and through vividly detailed emotions ... great job, Felix ...
Reviewed by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse 7/22/2009
I can hear the echo of this poems visions...
and see the sailor...holding hope lighting the candle to flame
sweetly embracing my heart...
Love & Inspirations
Reviewed by Edwin Hurdle 7/22/2009
Excellent and captivating poem,I enjoy it,take care

Reviewed by Georg Mateos 7/22/2009
They say that when you hear bell-buoys sound...there are sailors telling you that they are still here and like the Flying Dutchman trying to find their way to the beyond seas.
Fee, the only thing you will ever miss is that talking bird on your shoulder!


Reviewed by Michelle Mead 7/21/2009
God, this is excellent writing, really excellent. I love this. At a loss for words.
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 7/21/2009
Oh how I can hear the lonely sound of the bell buoy as it sits alone bobbing. Such a forlorn sound that always seems to reach down deep into one's soul....

Be always safe,
Reviewed by Ch'erie de Perrot 7/21/2009
Bell Buoy's aside, this one rings on My Bell, most poignantly.
Wonderful write Fee, and at such a time as this.
But then isn't that the way..

Hugzz Cherrypie
Reviewed by Christine Alwin 7/21/2009
..such sadness felt as I read this..but the fog will lift. This tugs at the heart, but at the same time hopefulness shines with a lantern's reflecton into the night.
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 7/21/2009
Wonderful write and piccy, Fee; well penned/imaged! BRAVO!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :D
Reviewed by Ann Marquette 7/21/2009
Well done. I can feel the sad quiet, visualize and hear it for myself as you so vividly capture the scene and sense of feelings.

Reviewed by JMS Bell 7/21/2009
Reviewed by Lori Moore 7/21/2009
Beautiful poetry. I love being near a buoy in the fog.
Reviewed by Dallas D'Angelo-Gary 7/21/2009
Poignant and powerful, Fee. I can hear the buoy, and the foghorn.
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 7/21/2009
Soooooooo evocative, Felix. You have a real gift for heart-wringing poetics that, though bathed in often soulful pain, are never cloying or fake in the integrity of feeling they express. Together with always-piercing sentiment, you also have great discernment in which images to use as vehicles to convey your thoughts. The bell-bouy is brilliant, especially in fog, and ESPECIALLY when set against the backdrop of the lamp in the window. The effect of this is full of impact. Wonderful to see you again, Pops. I loved your Pearl poems and shared your sense of her angelic transformation as she passed. Now her glow is felt, warm and pure, in another world. Be well, me darlin. Stay strong. xx
Reviewed by George Carroll 7/21/2009
So sad but and framed in the sadness that only a fog horn can sense to an old salt.
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 7/21/2009
haunting write-you have captured the emotions that the sound of the buoy invokes
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