Tag: 18th century Scottish poems

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by Robert Burns
Fair fa' your honest, sonsie face, / Great Chieftain o’ the Puddin-race! / Aboon them a' ye tak your place, / ...
by Robert Burns
Oh wert thou in the cauld blast, / On yonder lea, on yonder lea; / My plaidie to the angry...
by Duncan Ban MacIntyre
4. Siubhal / / A' bheinn luiseanach fhailleanach / Mheallanach lìontach, / Gun choimeas dh' a fallaing / Air thalamh na Crìosdachd: / / 'S ro-neònach tha mise,...
by Robert Burns
An honest man here lies at rest, / As e’er God with His image blest: / The friend of man, the friend of...
by John Wilson
extract from 'Falls of Clyde', part of the the poem 'Clyde' / / Where ancient Corehouse hangs above the stream, / And far...
by Robert Burns
Flow gently, sweet Afton, among thy green braes, / Flow gently, I'll sing thee a song in thy praise; / My Mary's asleep by...
by Robert Burns
The Silver Tassie / / Go bring to me a pint o wine, / And fill it in a silver tassie; / That I may drink, before...
by Uilleam Ros
Mìle marbhaisg ort, a dhèideidh, / Thar gach galair, / 'S duilich leam mar dh'fhàg thu m' eudail...
by Uilleam Ros
Tha mise fo mhulad san àm, / Chan òlar leam dram le sunnd; / Tha durrag air ghur ann am’ chàil / A dh'fhiosraich do chàch...
by Robert Fergusson
Frae fields whare Spring her sweets has blawn / Wi caller verdure owr the lawn, / The gowdspink comes in new attire,...
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