Tag: Poetry By Heart Scotland post-1914

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by Norman Kreitman
Step this way, sir. Just here you may see / a child's head so full of water / that the world's alarms were quite...
by Hugh MacDiarmid
It requires great love of it deeply to read / The configuration of a land, / Gradually grow conscious of fine shadings, / Of great meanings...
by Janet Paisley
Moonrise, an maudlin in the mirk, / we coorie in, hoose selt, hame hawked, / oor labour thirled tae yesterday, / the morra pawned fur brick-a-brack. / / Thieves...
by Mick Imlah
April, the last full fixture of the spring: / 'Feet, Scottish, feet!' – they rucked the fear of God / Into Blackheath. Their club...
by Kathleen Jamie
an extract / / she wants to strip the willow / she desires the keys / ...
by George Mackay Brown
The old go, one by one, like guttered flames. / This past winter / ...
by T. A. Robertson
Some dösna laek wir dialect an dis is what dey say: ...
by W. D. Cocker
Two hundred yards away he saw his head; / He raised his rifle, took quick aim and shot...
by W. D. Cocker
I'm fee'd tae a fermer in Fife, / I'se warrant we pairt at the term; / I was ne'er sae...
by Mary Symon
Gie me a hill wi' the heather on't, / An' a reid sun drappin' doon, / Or...
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