Robert John Quinlan

(South Yorkshire, UK)

Scotland - Poem by Robert John Quinlan

I went to Scotland for a holiday
This is what I have to say
What a fine place
All over Gods good grace

The air was clean
Everything so pure and green
It looked so well
About it I had to tell

Also the spirit of the past
My love for it will now last
So warm the people were
For us they did care

Such alot of love
Yes given from above
This will stay in my heart forever
And will not leave me never

I was touched so much inside
So much came out it would not hide
Thank you for this wonderful place on earth
Scotland I know know your worth

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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