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by Maud Sulter
On leaving / you playfully punched / my left / shoulder. / / The sensation / remains / / But your / voice fades / / The sensation / remains / But your / image fades / / I / short of breath / tremble / / I think / you’ve / cracked / a / rib.
by Wilfred Owen
In twos and threes, they have not far to roam, / Crowds that thread eastward, gay of eyes...
by Gordon Jarvie
Tune: Ti, ti, ti, ta (wi’ apologies tae Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony) / / I / / Duddingston Loch / Skate ower...
by Christine De Luca
On day 1, explore Edinburgh Castle sitting proud: / find the modest crown of a far from quiet country, /...
by Valerie Gillies
Stone above storms, you rear upon the ridge: / we live on your back, its crag-and-tail, / / spires and tenements stacked on your spine, / the...
by Robert Garioch
In simmer, whan aa sorts foregether / in Embro to the ploy, / folk seek out friens to hae a...
by Margot Robert Adamson
If they should ask what makes the stuff of us / We should call up such idle things...
by William Ernest Henley
Above the Crags that fade and gloom / Starts the bare knee of Arthur's Seat; / Ridged high against the evening bloom,...
by Charlotte Runcie
I watch the city shrug its clothes back on. / An appaloosa spatter gathers scent / that hits the brain the way it hits...
by James Ballantine
Stout Laird o’ Blackford Hill, let me / But gain your honour’s lug a wee, / I fain wad let your lairdship see / ...
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