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by D. M. Black
Without joy there can be no salvation / and without love there can be no joy.
by Colin Will
Day dawns with a wind from the west / and clouds that sit halfway down the hill.
by Derick Thomson
Caitean air uachdar Loch Eiriosort / ’s an t-anmoch ann, / bha an latha samraidh fada, / gruth is bàrr a’ coinneachadh: / tha an gaol a leanas...
by Hugh McMillan
Here is a letter / come across the ocean / over the back of a world / curved like a whale. / I unwrap it, like tissue, / and sentences...
by Diana Hendry
Love has been loitering / down this corridor / has been seen / chatting up out-patients / spinning the wheels of wheelchairs / fluttering the pulse of the night nurse / appearing,...
by Meg Bateman
Loch an Iomair’s my treasure, cradled in sphagnum /high in the hills between arms of rock / with lobelia pricking...
by Robert Crawford
I love you because you love Harris tweed, / How it’s several times slumped into bankruptcy, / Business plans hauled back from the dead, / Only...
by Stewart Conn
Waking in the small hours the night / before you go into hospital, you press / the palm of my hand to your cheek / so...
by Robert Burns
Oh wert thou in the cauld blast, / On yonder lea, on yonder lea; / My plaidie to the angry...
by Niall O’Gallagher
Na cluinneam nach eil subh-làir / agad air fhàgail sa bhùth; / tha mo ghaol-sa gam feitheamh, / ...
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