Tag: Poetry by Heart Scotland pre-1914

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by George Gordon, Lord Byron
She walks in beauty, like the night / Of cloudless climes and starry skies; / And all that’s best of dark...
by Robert Burns
Cauld blaws the wind frae east to west, / The drift is driving sairly; / Sae loud and shrill’s I hear...
by Robert Fergusson
… Now morn, with bonny purpie-smiles, / Kisses the air-cock o’ St Giles; / Rakin their een, the servant lasses / Early begin their lies and...
by Robert Louis Stevenson
Far `yont amang the years to be / When a' we think, an' a' we see, / An' a' we luve, `s been dung...
by Robert Louis Stevenson
Bright is the ring of words / When the right man rings them, / Fair the fall of songs / ...
by Robert Henryson
Thocht brutall beistis be irrationall - / That is to say, wantand discretioun - / Yet ilk ane in thair kynd naturall / Hes mony divers...
by Jean Elliot
I've heard them lilting at our ewe-milking, / Lasses a-lilting before the dawn of day; / But now they are moaning on...
by Walter Wingate
Highways for eident feet, / That hae their mile to gae; / But byways when spring is sweet, / ...
by Lady John Scott
When we first rade down Ettrick, / Our bridles were ringing, our hearts were dancing, / The waters were singing, the sun was glancing, / An'...
by William Miller
You’ve come early to see us this year, John Frost, / Wi’ your crispin’ an’ poutherin’ gear, John Frost, / ...
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