Who will be our poet now

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Who will be our poet now

Postby Landior » Sat Jan 31, 2015 3:37 pm

Through the streets of alloway
To the left and to the right
Up the roads and down the pavements
the words of burns still run strong

From a humble cottage
to the auld kirk where mischief arose
a quick dash across Brig o doon
Where tam nearly lost it. Poor meg the horse did

To the fields and and forests where many a lass was met, on the breeze a song whispers of a time gone but a moment still here

Through all the towns and villages burns visited , alloway to Irvine, Culloden fields to Gordon castle

Though dead and buried in Dumfries the bard still speaks as loud today as he did then.

But the trail has not gone cold, the torch still burns who will use it light and let the words live again.

But the trail has not gone cold, the torch still burns who will use it light and let the words live again.

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