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by William Soutar
Fa’ owre, fa’ owre, my hinny, / There’s monie a weary airt; / And nae end to the traikin, / For man has a hungry hert. / / What...
by William Soutar
Aince upon a day my mither said to me: / Dinna cleip and dinna rype / And dinna tell a lee. / For gin ye cleip...
by Violet Jacob
Daytime an’ nicht, / Sun, wind an’ rain; / ...
by Stuart A. Paterson
Fae stooshie tae fankle tae bouroch tae dreck / we're steeped in the downpour of dialect. / ...
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 William Letford
Skint, baw ragged, poackets ful eh ma / fingers, cannae afford tae burn toast an / it’s November. Christmas is close. Av been / away bit...
by Walter Wingate
The road was liker a burn : / But the trees in the glen were new in leaf, / Ilk bairn I met had...
by Violet Jacob
Ye'd wonder foo the seasons rin / This side o’ Tweed an’ Tyne; / The hairst’s awa’; October-month / Cam in a whilie syne, / But the stooks...
by Violet Jacob
I canna’ see ye, lad, I canna’ see ye, / For a’ yon glory that’s aboot yer heid, / Yon...
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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