Love & Valentines

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Eyes meet across a crowded room in Burns' song;  but as sometimes happens, one party is smitten and the other not.

One of W B Yeats' best-known and perhaps most immediately appealing poems.

Lines from the famous Robert Burn's poem 'A Red, Red, Rose'. 

A phrase from a lovely short poem by Charlotte Mew: even though her loved one is no longer present to enjoy the spring with her, she decides she will, like the thrushes, enjoy it anyway.

A lovely little poem by Gael Turnbull about love, about time, about poetry. Perfect for new and long-term love. Commissioned by the Scottish Poetry Library for its Valentine's Day text poem project, 2004.

Is it raining? Perhaps it's time to kiss. A short poem by Edwin Morgan. Commissioned by the Scottish Poetry Library for its Valentine's Day text poem project, 2004.

A short poem for those falling in love blushing moments, by Elspeth Murray. Commissioned by the Scottish Poetry Library for its Valentine's Day text poem project, 2004.

A poster for spring, and for Valentine's Day, with a short haiku by Alan Spence. Commissioned by the Scottish Poetry Library for its Valentine's Day text poem project, 2004.

A dizzy phrase plucked from Edwin Morgan's delicious poem 'The Apple's Song' to chime with our Edinburgh Art Festival exhibition, Orchard, and to capture some of the Festival spirit desending on Edinburgh every August.

The perfect poster for Valentine's Day, or for any other time when falling in love causes us to get weak at the knees. It's a phrase from James Hogg's song 'Love is like a Dizziness'.

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