The South Inch, site of Perth Fort.
|Cradle Sang (1941)||Craigie Knowes (1932)|
|Patriotism (1942)||Ae Simmer's Day (1932)|
|The Quiet (1942)||The Buckie Braes (1942)|
|The Visitation (1942)||Ballad (1943)|
|The Kirk-Yaird (1942)||The Dark Thocht (1943)|
|The Stany Face (1942)||The Prodigy (1941)|
|The Auld Brig (1941)||The Auld Man (1942)|
|Nae Day Sae Dark (1941)||Backlands (1941)|
|John Knox (1942)||Thrang and Thrivin (1942)|
|Yon Toun (1942)||Hal o' the Wynd (1942)|
|Autobiography (1937)||Aince Upon a Day (1933)|
|The River (1942)||The Waterfall (1930)|
|To My Sycamore (1935)||Epitaph for a Dead Self (1938)|
|The Tryst (1932)||The Auld House (1938)|
|Cromwell was a sodger:
Cromwell was a saint:
Cromwell cam to Scotland
To mak himsel' acquaint.
|He rumml'd up his cannon
Afore St John's Toun:
Wowf! Roar'd the cannon
And the wa's fell doun.
|A randy frae the Speygate
Yowl'd: "Haud on, ye füle!"
"Auld wife, auld wife:" craw'd Cromwell:
"I maun dae the Lord's will."
|sodger - soldier;||rumml'd - rumbled;||St John's Toun - Perth;||wa's - walls;||randy - virago;|
|yowl'd - howled;||haud - hold;||craw'd - crowed;||maun - must.|
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