Hugh MacDiarmid

Hugh MacDiarmid Poems

1. Gairmscoile 8/11/2014
2. Scotland 8/11/2014
3. 'Scotland Small? ' 8/11/2014
4. Stony Limits 8/11/2014
5. The Bonnie Broukit Bairn 8/11/2014
6. The Eemis Stane 8/11/2014
7. The Little White Rose 8/11/2014
8. The Sauchs In The Reuch Heuch Hauch 8/11/2014
9. The Watergaw 8/11/2014

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It requires great love of it deeply to read
The configuration of a land,
Gradually grow conscious of fine shadings,
Of great meanings in slight symbols,
Hear at last the great voice that speaks softly,
See the swell and fall upon the flank
Of a statue carved out in a whole country's marble,
Be like Spring, like a hand in a window
Moving New and Old things carefully to and fro,
Moving a fraction of flower here,
Placing an inch of air there,
And without breaking anything.
So I have gathered unto myself
All the loose ends of Scotland,
And by naming them ...

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