Robert Burns, Lincluden Abbey from Views of the Haunts and Homes of the British Poets, Oct. 19 1850.
“The mood of mind which comes over you here is that of unwritten poetry.
When one thinks of Burns wandering amid this congenial nature, where the young now wander and sing his songs, one is apt to forget that he bore with him a sad heart and a sinking frame.”
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"But we go with the other book: the one of your life, told from your heart, straight to the point, "a calzón quitao" (without pants on) as our Puerto Rican brothers say ..."
'Pero vamos con el otro libro: el de tu vida, contada desde tu corazón, "a calzón quitao" como dicen nuestros hermanos boricuas...' Read More
We, a bunch of greencard Irish,
vamp it under the cathedral arches
of Brooklyn Bridge that’s strung like a harp.
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