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Scotland has a wealth of poets, both well known such as Robert Burns, Walter Scott, Robert Louis Stevenson, Caroline Oliphant  (Lady Nairne) and James Hogg (the Ettric Shepherd) as well as many not generally so well known such as Ewart MacIntosh, Charles Nicol and Andrew Lang.

You can read some of the works of some of these and other Scottish poets by left clicking with your mouse on the PDF logo () in the table below to view in another window the poem or some information about the poet.  You can also print it; or you can right click with your mouse on the PDF logo, click on save target as, and then choose where on your computer you wish to save it.

Alexander Anderson 1845 - 1909
Cuddle Doon
Langsyne When Life was Bonnie
John Barr 1809 - 1899
A Song of Light
Robert Burns 1759 - 1796
Address To A Haggis And An Interpretation
To a Louse
Andrew Greig 1951 -
The Winter Climbing
John Imlach 1788 - 1846
Farewell to Scotland
Ewart Mackintosh 1893 - 1917
In Memoriam - Private David Sutherland
William Topasz McGonagall 1830 - 1902
The Tay Bridge Disaster
Caroline Oliphant (Lady Narine) 1766 - 1845
The Land O' the Leal
The Lass O' Gowrie
Robert Louis Stevenson 1850 - 1894
In The Highlands
Sing Me a Song of the Lad that has Gone
To Any Reader
Walter Wingate 1865 - 1918
A Wish For The Children
The Sair Finger

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