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Articles in the category of #Poetry

The Harpers Legend

An epic old poem on Cadbol Castle, where no one could die, and the story of poor old broken-hearted Lady Mey.

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THE WAIL OF THE WHALE

A poem regarding a concerned whale warning his son of the dangers of the Dornoch Firth, written by an unknown author likely after the tragic stranding of a pod of whales there in 1927.

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In Praise of Tain

A wee poem called "In Praise of Tain"
in the style of McGonagall. (Wow, it's awful.)

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Halloween

A lovely poem about Halloween, written by Isma Munro in October of 1945. In her poem, Isma describes an old custom of telling your fortune by dropping an egg white in a glass of water.

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Market Day

A MARKET DAY IN TAIN
- 60 Years Ago (G.G. Ross, Geanies Street, Tain)

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