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Nora's Vow

Rating: 2.4
Hear what Highland Nora said, -
'The Earlie's son I will not wed,
Should all the race of nature die,
And none be left but he and I.
For all the gold, for all the gear,
And all the lands both far and near,
That ever valour lost o won,
I would not wed the Earlie's son.' -

'A maiden's vows,' old Callum spoke,
'Are lightly made and lightly broke;
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COMMENTS
Bernie Barrett 12 February 2020
Love this, thanx for posting
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Siddhi 16 March 2019
I want to know the meaning of the poem but your speaking is good.????
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Bill Wright 06 September 2016
So much for Nora's vow! Very simplistic rhyming couplets, not up to his usual standard.
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