Tag: 19th century Scottish poems

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by Robert Louis Stevenson
Though he that ever kind and true / Kept stoutly step by step with you / Your whole long gusty lifetime through, / Be gone awhile...
by Robert Louis Stevenson
A child should always say what's true / And speak when he is spoken to, / And behave mannerly at table; / At least as far...
by Robert Louis Stevenson
In rigorous hours, when down the iron lane / The redbreast looks in vain / For hips and haws, / Lo, shining flowers upon my window...
by Robert Louis Stevenson
As from the house your mother sees / You playing round the garden trees, / So you may see, if you will look / Through the...
by Sir Walter Scott
By lone St. Mary’s silent lake: / Thou know’st it well,—nor fen nor sedge / Pollute the pure lake’s crystal edge; / Abrupt and sheer, the...
by John Davidson
(extract from the poem) / / The twinkling Earn, like a blade in the snow, / The low hills scalloped against the high, / The...
by James Hogg
Old Strevline, thou stand'st beauteous on the height, / Amid thy peaceful vales of every dye, / Amid bewildered waves of silvery...
by Archibald McKay
O come to Craigie Hill, lassie, / The sweetest joys are there; / The bloom is on the whin, lassie, / And ilka scene is fair; / The...
by Archibald McKay
O! nane, I trew, on a' the yirth / Was happier than me, / When in my wee...
by Alexander Smith
Sing, Poet, ’tis a merry world; / That cottage smoke is rolled and curled / ...
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