The Trinity Buoy Wharf Bell

Trinity Buoy Wharf, London, near the Meridian Line at Greenwich. One of this bell’s potential meanings is as a time-piece or time-marker, both in the way the bell is rung by the movement of the sea at high tide daily, and as a long time marker of sea levels and present shoreline. This site is where lighthouse keepers were trained and navigation buoys were made. The bell was installed on Sept 19, 2010.
What is the song in the wave, if not
that all living is meeting?
nothing given up, or held for good:
bats in the lantern light,
cormorants scouring the tide
Each Bell has its own inscription. This was chosen by the community for the Trinity Buoy Wharf Bell.
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