Tag: Highlands

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by Alan Riach
In the Highlands of Scotland I love, / Storm clouds curve down on the dark fields and strands, / With icy grey mist closing...
by Ian A. Olson
When you took the autumn to London / And left me to burrow into winter / I said they could pack up Strathconon / Box up...
by Gordon Jarvie
It was such a day / of sunshine wall to wall, / of heat haze and the year’s first frogs, / of blue hills stretching...
by Norman MacCaig
Glaciers, grinding West, gouged out / these valleys, rasping the brown sandstone, / and left, on the hard rock below – / the ruffled...
by Andrew Young
Here lay a fair fat land; / But now its townships, kirks, graveyards / Beneath bald hills of sand / ...
by Alasdair Maclean
I / / A long peninsula of solid rock, / upholstered every year in threadbare green. / Stones everywhere, ambiguous and burgeoning. / In Sanna ramparts of them / march...
by Naomi Mitchison
Stone and rock / Boulder and pebble, / Water and stone, / Heather and stone, / Heather and water / And the bog cotton that is not for weaving. / / Peats uncut / And...
by Alice MacDonell
In all thy moods I love thee, / In sunshine and in storm; / Lochaber of the towering bens, / ...
by Neil Munro
O sad for me Glen Aora, / Where I have friends no more, / For lowly lie the rafters, / ...
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...
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