Tag: Poetry By Heart Scotland post-1914

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by E. Alan Mackintosh
I took my heart from the fire of love, / Molten and warm not yet shaped clear, / And tempered...
by E. Alan Mackintosh
Take your risk of life and death / Underneath the open sky. / Live clean or go out quick - / Lads, you're wanted. Come and...
by E. Alan Mackintosh
Anyway, shooting is over bold, / Oh, damn you, get back to your trench, you blighter, / I really can't shoot a man with...
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 Iain Crichton Smith
Autumn, and the nights are darkening. / The old lady tells us of her past once more. / She muses on the days she...
by Theresa Muñoz
kicking pine cones down the street / climbing the backyard cherry tree / lying in new sheets / waking in darkness waking to snow / how...
by Kona Macphee
Whenever neon trickles down / to meet a city drain, / I think of you on some wet roof, / a cobbled son of men –...
by Aonghas MacNeacail
1 / seallaibh sinne / dh’èirich às a’ mhòintich / far an do chaidil sinn / tro linntean dìochuimhn’ / / an-diugh nar sgeinean maola / gearradh an àile / / 2 / chunnaic aon t-sùil màthair...
by Dorothy Margaret Paulin
Brown burn water dropping / Between the grey stones, / The lapse and the murmur, / The bright overtones / Of...
by Andrew Young
Here lay a fair fat land; / But now its townships, kirks, graveyards / Beneath bald hills of sand / ...
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