Tag: Scotland

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by Michael Pedersen
Who wakes every morning / in a brilliant mood as auburn bursts / cast filigree nets over foreheads / and swingparks and paint themselves / on pavements.
by Alan Riach
In the Highlands of Scotland I love, / Storm clouds curve down on the dark fields and strands, / With icy grey mist closing...
by Robert Burns
Here’s freedom to him that wad read, / Here’s freedom to him that wad write! / There’s nane ever feared...
by Iain Crichton Smith
Let our three voiced country / Sing in a new world / Joining the other rivers without dogma, / But with friendliness to all around her. / / Let...
by Stuart A. Paterson
Scotland where can we find you, / where are you hiding your gallus self?...
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 Ian A. Olson
The greatest gift / / That Scotland – and Ireland / Could receive / / Would be a Voice / Proclaiming: / / “As from this day / You...
by Maud Sulter
On leaving / you playfully punched / my left / shoulder. / / The sensation / remains / / But your / voice fades / / The sensation / remains / But your / image fades / / I / short of breath / tremble / / I think / you’ve / cracked / a / rib.
by Magi Gibson
from time to time snow sprinkles from the sky / the way flour sifts from a baker’s fist / / grey steel pylons pose...
by T. S. Law
‘Say efter me,’ said Rab, as he gied the waen / a hauf-croun muckle 's the muin i the middle air, / the siller...
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