Tag: Scots (language)

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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 Humberto Ak’abal
In the heich oors o the nicht / stars strip aff / and douk in the rivers. / / Hoolets grein for them, / the wee feathers on...
by George Campbell Hay
She’s a solan, she’s a tramper, she’s a sea-shaker, / she’s a hawk, she’s a hammer, she’s a big-sea-breaker, / she’s a falcon, she’s...
by George Campbell Hay
A misty mornin' doon the shore wi a hushed an' caller air, / an' ne'er a breath frae East or West...
by Robert Henryson
Wald my gud lady lufe me best / And wirk eftir my will, / I suld ane garmond gudliest / Gar mak hir body till. / / Of he...
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 Alison Mary Fitt
Tae the bingo haa / Gaes aald Mrs Broon, / And every nicht, / When they caa “ehz doon”, / Aald Mrs Broon / Wull...
by William Dunbar
Be mery, man, and tak nocht fer in mynd / The wavering of this wrechit vale of sorrow. / To God be huimle and...
by William Dunbar
Quhy will ye, merchantis of renoun, / Lat Edinburgh, your nobill toun, / For laik of reformatioun / The commone proffeitt tyine, and...
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