Tag: Poetry by Heart Scotland pre-1914

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by Emily Bronte
The night is darkening round me, / The wild winds coldly blow; / But a tyrant spell has bound me, / And I cannot, cannot go. / / The...
by John Barbour
A! Fredome is a noble thing / Fredome mays man to haiff liking. / Fredome all solace to man giffis, / He levys at es that...
by Robert Louis Stevenson
Though he that ever kind and true / Kept stoutly step by step with you / Your whole long gusty lifetime through, / Be gone awhile...
by Duncan Ban MacIntyre
4. Siubhal / / A' bheinn luiseanach fhailleanach / Mheallanach lìontach, / Gun choimeas dh' a fallaing / Air thalamh na Crìosdachd: / / 'S ro-neònach tha mise,...
by Robert Louis Stevenson
As from the house your mother sees / You playing round the garden trees, / So you may see, if you will look / Through the...
by Sir Walter Scott
By lone St. Mary’s silent lake: / Thou know’st it well,—nor fen nor sedge / Pollute the pure lake’s crystal edge; / Abrupt and sheer, the...
by Alexander Smith
I cannot deem why men toil so for Fame. / A porter is a porter though his load / Be the oceaned world,...
by William Knox
(Ecclesiastes, ix. 7, 9 ; xi 9.) / / Rejoice, mortal man, in the noon of thy prime! / Ere thy brow shall...
by William Ernest Henley
Out of the night that covers me, / Black as the pit from pole to pole, / I thank whatever gods may be / For my...
by James Graham
My dear and only Love, I pray / This noble World of thee, / Be govern'd by no other Sway / ...
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