Tag: Dumfries & Galloway

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by Dorothy Margaret Paulin
Brown burn water dropping / Between the grey stones, / The lapse and the murmur, / The bright overtones / Of...
by Hugh MacDiarmid
Scotland small? Our multiform, our infinite Scotland small? / Only as a patch of hillside may be a cliché corner / To a fool...
by Dorothy Margaret Paulin
An unco sough i’ the gloamin’ / An’ a flaff o’ risin’ win’, / A glisk o’ stoundin’ waters / ...
by William Nicholson
I sing the bonny banks o Fleet, / Where Nature spreads her various treasure;...
by Anne Scott
The monks liked cats for company, I hear. / I can believe it. / Felines of ink and gold / Arch the capitals, / Curve into the celibate...
by Tom Pow
1. EVENING SKETCH / / Night squats on the grey estate: the river, / the roads turn black. Up a deserted side-street / darkness tears away from...
by Tom Pow
Chambered cairn: third millennia B.C. / / The Cairnholy sun / dyed the cold sky red, / dispensed with forests; / made sea echo stone. / For, in winter, Wigtown / deals elements;...
by Richard Price
The derelict hotel, the tower on the hill, / water in the tower, / the height of the tower, the place I… / / The stairways can’t...
by Liz Niven
autumn cree / / leaves kaleidoscope / amber, gold, russet, orange / amadou fungus mushrooms / migratory geese cry / berries, nuts squirrel into banks / autumn mists ghost in / / winter cree / / words hibernate in...
by William Neill
Skeich wes the hert i the spring o the year / whan the well-sawn yird begoud tae steer / an the plewlan’s promise gledened...
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