Tag: winter

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by Harry Martinson
Delicate ermine tracks / cross lightly / in eights on the winter snow / there where a hidden ice-brook with its white fur roof / winds forward, / there where...
by Gerry Cambridge
He has gone down into darkness at the wrecked end of the year / And is lying, gaberlunzie, in the needled nest...
by Donald Campbell
Winter bairns are happed in snaw, / singing merrily on the brae. / Cauld aneuch the wind micht blaw, / it winna worry sic as they. / / In...
by J. K. Annand
Es ist ein Schnee gefallen Anon. 16th century / / It’s snawin cats and dugs, / Winter’s...
by Robert Burns
Cauld blaws the wind frae east to west, / The drift is driving sairly; / Sae loud and shrill’s I hear...
by William Dunbar
In to thir dirk and drublie dayis, / Quhone sabill all the Hevin arrayis / With mystie vapouris, cluddis and skyis, / Nature all curage me...
by Olive Fraser
Cauld, cauld is Alnack ... / Cauld is the snaw wind and sweet. / The maukin o’ Creagan Alnack / Has snaw for meat. / / Nae fit gangs...
by Gael Turnbull
A single quaver / of loosening ice / extends across the silence, / revives the air / with the almost forgotten song / of snow melting to water / and of water...
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