Isles Of Fleet (A Group Of Islands In The Fleet Bay, Galloway, Scotland) Poem by john (called jack) wren

Isles Of Fleet (A Group Of Islands In The Fleet Bay, Galloway, Scotland)

Rating: 5.0


Sweetest of Isles I look at thee
nestled in yonder turbulent sea
shining like diamonds every day
guarding the entrance of the bay

I stand in awe at your battered face
and watch sea birds as they race
to take their shelter from the storm
until the welcoming light of dawn

Many have passed you in different tongue
some proud and bold, old and young
there must be numerous tales to tell
if only one had time to dwell

Roar on, you unforgiving waves
roar on, as you pound the shore
these Isles have stood many a year
and will stand many a year more.

Friday, August 20, 2021
Topic(s) of this poem: nature
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
thoughts while watching the sea pounding these islands
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Rose Marie Juan-austin 23 August 2021

Beautiful depiction of a wonderful island. Well crafted write embellished with great imagery.

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Sylvia Frances Chan 20 August 2021

Dear great poet John, I like very much your appearance on PH our Poem Site. The language here I so admired. Thank you so much for sharing, a most enjoyable read!

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Sylvia Frances Chan 20 August 2021

5 Stars full for this great Tribute to these Isles. A profound poem and so full of wisdom, amazingly worded and presented in full Brilliance!

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Sylvia Frances Chan 20 August 2021

Roar on, you unforgiving waves roar on, as you pound the shore these Isles have stood many a year and will stand many a year more.I can hear your great love for these isles

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