Hamish Scott: Two poems

Edinburghs I

Ma Edinburgh’s mines an mines alane,
five hunner thoosan ither haes thair ain,
for ilka bodie biggs thairsel thair toun,
thair circumstance the stuff, thair sel the foun

Edinburghs II

Thare’s sum in Edinburrie steys,
sum Athens o the Nor resides,
thare’s sum that leives i Dùn Èideann
an sum that in Auld Reekie bides,
an Edinburgh is thaim aa

Copyright © Hamish Scott 2017

Hamish Scott writes poetry and prose in Scots. His poetry collections are available from The Laverock’s Nest Press.

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