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Scotland

Click here to hear the poet read his words: Scotland when I think from afar of the land that I love I realise that much is almost clichéd like haggis and tartan Robert Burns and the skirl of the pipes … Continue reading

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homeland

Click here to hear the poet read his words: Homeland On a visit to my homeland weel-kent for its two weather conditions about to rain and already raining the Sunday is a wondrous treat of unexpected and glorious sunshine. Walking … Continue reading

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Scotland Blues

November 30th is St Andrew’s Day, Scotland’s official national day. Click here to hear the poet read these words to his homeland (with apologies for the ongoing problem with his voice): Leaving Scotland Blues Across the loch into the glen … Continue reading

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Scottish Hallowe’en

Click here to hear the words read aloud: Hallowe’en nae bairn can contain their excitement as the end of October draws near each wee brain fair itches as they think about witches it is the scariest night of the year … Continue reading

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the sky

Click here to hear the poet read his words: the sky the poet loves to contemplate the sky though most folk say it is over my head I like to savour each drop as I gaze lazily up unless of course … Continue reading

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springtime in Scotland

Click here to hear the poet read his words: Springtime in Scotland once again I go back with my soul full of hope simply seeking a warm word or a smile but the pain and the tears start all over … Continue reading

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cultural differences

Click here to hear the poet read his words: cultural differences I remember when I met you on a night of bitter cold your promises of sunshine to warm me as I grow old you told me I was different … Continue reading

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Scotland’s mist

Click here to hear the poet read his words: Scotland’s mist a man abroad far far from home missing those whom he once loved when will he think to come again back to those that he still dreams of does … Continue reading

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St Andra’s Fault

AnElephantCant tell you too much About St Andrew who is Scotland’s Patron Saint According to tittle tattle He won us a battle So we seem to have no cause for complaint Now Andy is quite a busy chappie He is … Continue reading

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directions

Ear Phones Recommended: winter creeps in from the east cap lardier lost in misty shrouds the sky is wretched dark and grey my spirit writhes in clouds sun shines warmly in the south forgetting pain and dismal cold but in … Continue reading

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