Tag: poems on postcards

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by Ian Hamilton Finlay
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by Jane Taylor
Twinkle, twinkle, little star, / How I wonder what you are. / Up above the world so high, / Like a diamond in the sky. / / When the...
by Iain Crichton Smith
They slept as they set off for the stars / in their refrigerated beds. / / They slept as they passed the planets / and headed for...
by Norman MacCaig
Trees are cages for them: water holds its breath / To balance them without smudging on its delicate meniscus. / Children watch them playing...
by Meg Bateman
Bha sinn a’coimhead nan rionnag / mus do thionndaidh sinn a-steach leis na coin, / is thuirt thu gum bu mhithich dhut / na h-ainmean aca...
by Robert Louis Stevenson
The lights from the parlour and kitchen shone out / Through the blinds and the windows and bars; / And high overhead and all...
by Tracey Herd
There are only diamonds in the whole world, diamonds and perhaps the shabby gift of disillusion. F Scott Fitzgerald / / Holly Golightly...
by Diana Hendry
When we went to the grammar school / the teacher said, / 'You A-stream girls / will go out in the world / and be doctors and lawyers. / You...
by Scottish anonymous
Tae get your juices gaun we’ve / the brawest Indian food fur ye. / Goan specialities / caller oot o Scotland’s seas. / King prawns hottered wi...
by William Soutar
The flitterin faces come doun the brae / And the baskets gowd and green; / And nane but a blindie wud speer the day / Whaur...
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