Tag: wildlife

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by Alexander Montgomerie
About ane bank, where birds on bewis / Ten thousand times their notis renewis / Ilk hour into the day, / The...
by Edwin Morgan
I am waiting for you. / I have been travelling all morning through the bush / and not eaten. / I am lying at the edge...
by Alison Prince
You want to be a fat cat, want to do the deals? / Fix the odds, pull the birds, eat expensive meals / that...
by Tom Hubbard
Eident indwaller o that wilderness / Reddin and guidin it fir your domain: / Smaa pioneer,...
by Alison Prince
Today I saw a wildcat. Up the brae, / you’d think, in Landseer-painted, gloaming glen / or on some moor where tweeded gentlemen / sip...
by Jen Hadfield
You want to look on the lea-side / in winter, the swamp thickening / like the uterine wall, / popping its puffballs / and creaming its butterwort, / folding in...
by Jane Hirshfield
One ran, / her nose to the ground, / a rusty shadow / neither hunting nor playing. / / One stood; sat; lay down; stood again. / / One never moved, / except to...
by Olive Fraser
The merry badger keeps his way / Nocturnally, / And I go merry to my play / Even as he. / / Minding our own business / Tending our own, / We...
by Olive Fraser
The grey roots circle thee, who never knew / At any hour within thy travels lone / A human shape but mine. Thou com'st...
by Helen Cruickshank
Clock-leddy, clock-leddy / Flee awa' hame, / Your lum's in a lowe, / Your bairns in...
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