Tag: grief

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by Charles Murray
"This year, neist year, sometime, never," / A lanely lass, bringing hame the kye, / Pu's at a...
by E. Alan Mackintosh
Private D. Sutherland / killed in action in the German trench, May 16, 1916, / and the others who died / / So you were David’s...
by Liz Lochhead
We would be snaking up Loch Lomond, the / road narrow and winding after the turn at Tarbert, / and we’d be bending branches...
by John Burnside
Didn’t we think, for a moment, / of crushing his feet / so he couldn’t return to the house /...
by Alison Prince
Tensile strength. You would have liked that phrase, / lecturing me on how a spider’s thread / is stronger bonded than a rope...
by Alastair Mackie
Her face was thrawed. / She wisna aa come. / / In the trams o her airms / the wummin held oot her first bairn. / It...
by Adi Rumi
Brothers, your cries / are ours too. / Together we taste sadness. / We know, / you are steel-strong nation / not a flower-nation that easily droops. / Even in sorrow, / you never...
by George Bruce
Someone is waving a white handkerchief / from the train as it pulls out with a white / plume from the station and rumbles...
by Sir Alexander Gray
What ails you, you puir auld body? / What gars you greet sae sair? / Hae you tint the...
by Petr Borkovec
Když jsem se dozvěděla, že Jiří umřel / (z Karlových Varů přišly dva telegramy, / jeden, že nežije, druhý, že je po pitvě), / nevím jak,...
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