Tag: early 20th century poems

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by Robert Service
I wanted the gold, and I sought it, / I scrabbled and mucked like a slave. / Was it famine...
by Rudyard Kipling
IF you can keep your head when all about you / Are losing theirs and blaming it on you, / If you can...
by Walter Wingate
The Dominie is growing grey, / And feth he's keepit thrang / Wi' counts an' spellin' a' the day, / And liffies when...
by Walter Wingate
You've hurt your finger? Puir wee man! / Your pinkie? Deary me! / Noo, juist you haud it that wey till / I...
by Walter Wingate
There surely sud been mair fracaw; / A wee bit present, tak’ and gie, / ...
by Walter Wingate
Highways for eident feet, / That hae their mile to gae; / But byways when spring is sweet, / ...
by Walter Wingate
'Twas a bonnie day – and a day o' dule / The day I plunkit the Sawbath schule ! / / I wan'ert awa'...
by Mary Symon
(St Andrew's Day under the Southern Cross) / / GOD bless our land, our Scotland, / Grey glen an'...
by Mary Symon
Gie me a hill wi' the heather on't, / An' a reid sun drappin' doon, / Or...
by Charles Hamilton Sorley
When you see millions of the mouthless dead / Across your dreams in pale battalions go, / Say not soft things as...
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