Tag: Poetry By Heart Scotland post-1914

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by William Butler Yeats
I know that I shall meet my fate / Somewhere among the clouds above; / Those that I...
by William Butler Yeats
The trees are in their autumn beauty, / The woodland paths are dry, / Under the October twilight the water ...
by George T. Watt
Div slugs ken thay ar universally reviled? / div thair mithers warn thaim, / kep awa frae the beer / an that it’s nae trui fit...
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 Diana Hendry
They say I should not wait about your street, / nor call upon your friends to hear of you, / or go to places...
by Christine De Luca
It’s those unseen things that bind us, / not flag or battle-weary turf or tartan. / There are dragons to...
by Roderick Watson Kerr
A dead man dead for weeks / Is sickening food for lover’s eye / That seeks and ever seeks / A fair one’s beauty...
by Roderick Watson Kerr
Have you seen men come from the Line, / Tottering, doddering, as if bad wine / Had drugged their very souls; / Their...
by Vicki Feaver
Cavernous – and empty now – / no shouts of dockers, / no barefoot women shovelling / molasses – it...
by E. Alan Mackintosh
When you and I are buried / With grasses over head, / The memory of our fights will stand / Above this bare and tortured land, / We...
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