Anonymous British


Anonymous British Poems

1. Whether The Weather Be Fine 5/26/2014
2. The Demon Lover 5/26/2014
3. Bonny Barbara Allen. A Scottish Ballad 6/21/2014
4. I Know My Love 5/26/2014
5. Get Up And Bar The Door 6/21/2014
6. Limericks: The History Of Sixteen Wonderful Old Women 6/23/2014
7. Sunset Thoughts 5/27/2014
8. Who Killed Cock Robin? 5/26/2014
9. Out In The Fields With God 5/27/2014
10. Nightingale In The East 6/23/2014
11. The Frog 6/23/2014
12. There Is No Indispensable Man 6/21/2014
13. Everybody, Somebody, Anybody, And Nobody 6/23/2014
14. Willie's Fair And Willie's Rare 5/26/2014
15. I Am Taliesin. I Sing Perfect Metre 6/21/2014
16. The Migration Of Birds 6/23/2014
17. Scarborough Fair 5/26/2014
18. The Dying Airman 5/26/2014
19. Footprints In The Sand 6/21/2014
20. The Months 6/23/2014
21. Raggle-Taggle Gypsy 6/21/2014
22. Sir Patrick Spens 5/26/2014
23. The Bridal Morn 5/26/2014
24. St. George For England 5/27/2014
25. There Is No Indispensable Man 6/21/2014
26. Montem Ode, June 9, 1829. - From Eton College 5/27/2014
27. Piddlin' Pete 6/21/2014
28. Of A Rose, A Lovely Rose, Of A Rose Is Al Myn Song 5/27/2014
29. The Irish Dancer 6/20/2014
30. Ring A Ring O' Roses 6/23/2014
31. Epitaph In Calstock Churchyard, Cornwall 6/23/2014
32. The North Wind Doth Blow 6/23/2014
33. On The Zodiac 6/23/2014
34. The Kitchener Chap 5/26/2014
35. The Corpus Christi Carol 5/26/2014
36. Bonnie George Campbell 5/26/2014
37. The Three Ravens 5/26/2014
38. Wise Old Owl 6/23/2014
39. If You Sit Down At Set Of Sun 6/23/2014
40. Epitaph In Sevenoaks Church-Yard 6/23/2014
Best Poem of Anonymous British

Whether The Weather Be Fine

Whether the weather be fine
Or whether the weather be not,
Whether the weather be cold
Or whether the weather be hot,
We'll weather the weather
Whatever the weather,
Whether we like it or not.

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John Highlandman

A Highland lad my love was born,
The lowland laws he held in scorn,
But he still was faithfu' to his clan,
My Gallant, braw John Highlandman!

Wi his philibeg an' tartan plaid
An' guid claymore down by his side,
The ladies' hearts he did trepan,
My gallant braw John Highlandman!

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