A collection of Poems by F.E. Feeley Jr
Mary Magdalene on Amazon wrote:
A heartfelt collection of poetry that reaches out to you a little bit differently on any given day. You are given a taste of the seasons, of nature, of love and of the grace of traveling through life. You are taken through tours of pieces of the author's soul, what he cherishes and what tears him apart. Read a sample or two. If you are a lover of poetry that settles your heart, then I think you won't be disappointed.
This is a book of free-form poetry, containing the poet's musings about nature, youth, seasons; reminiscing about family, lost loves, faith and religion, and life in general. Some are profound, others less so, but I think poetry, like music, speaks to each of us in a different way.
Personally, I prefer poetry that rhymes, but my standards are pretty high. In my opinion, the best poem in the English language is "The Raven" by Edgar Allan Poe, and nothing will ever top that. The rhyming and alliteration is that poem is beyond brilliant, but Poe was a genius beyond compare. Free-form poetry, on the other hand, is more like short artistic essays about feelings and moods. Having said that, some of the poems in this book of poetry will provoke a very emotional response. For me, there were several that I enjoyed; the ones about trees and nature, and those about lost loves, but the ones that moved me the most are 'The Rain Remains the Same' and 'The Man by the River'. If you enjoy poetry in general, you will enjoy this book.