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auld fowk

McKenzie, William Patrick

auld fowk

some verses in Scots

by McKenzie, William Patrick

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Published by Ryerson Press in Toronto .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Cover title.

Statementby William P. McKenzie.
SeriesThe Ryerson poetry chap-books
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3525.A256 A8
The Physical Object
Pagination16 p. --
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17983218M

Collections of verse by William P. McKenzie published in book form: A Song of Trust, Voices and Undertones, Songs of the Human, Heartsease Hymns, The Sower and Other Poems, Fields of Bloom, Prelude Poems for the New Day. He also wrote three volumes of poems in the Scots dialect: Bits o’ Verse in Scots, Fowls o’ the Air, and The Auld Fowk. The anely reason I’m gaun alang wi this at aw is that, wan day, when I’m pure mintit and famous, I’ll hiv better things tae dae than staun aboot answerin fowk’s stupit questions aw day lang. Sae this book is gonnae be wirth its wecht in gowd.

   AULD LANG SYNE "' Auld Lang Syne ' is a Scots poem written by Robert Burns in an set tae the tuin o a tradeetional fowk sang. It is weel kent in . Full text of "Bonnie Joann, and other poems" with the exception of the last two in the book, have appeared in Country Life, and I have to thank the editor for his courteous permission to reproduce them. THE DAFT BIRD WHEN day is past an' peace comes doon wi' gloamin' An' twa by twa the young fowk pass the yett, Auld stocks like me maun.

He fosh in a’ the fowk neist door, An’ ane o’ them-auld Girsie Broon-She ran an’ brocht the doctor doon, Wha hurried in a’ oot o’ breath, For Girsie said ’twas life or death! The doctor oxter’d Tam till’s bed, Fingert his wame an shook his head; “We who pursue the . Auld fowk 'ill no' get dune or dotal, like what they do i' this world, undootedly; but there'll be young fowk for them to guide an' advise. It wud be a puir wey o' doin', I'm thinkin', whaur naebody was wyzer than his neeper, an' whaur ye wud never hae the chance o' doin' a freend a gude turn.".


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Auld fowk by McKenzie, William Patrick Download PDF EPUB FB2

The auld fowk they watch frae the warm ingle-cheek, But the bairns little think what the auld fowk are thinkin. Whan the auld fowk sit quaiet at the reet o' a stook, I' the sunlicht their washt een blinterin an' blinkin, Fowk scythin, or bin'in, or shearin wi' heuk Carena a strae what the auld fowk are thinkin.

ye see auld fowk luiks aheid, an' wad fain be as sure o' what's to come as o' what's gane.' 'Ye maun bide for that, I doobt,' said Robert. 'Laddie,' retorted Miss Napier, 'ye hae mair sense nor ye hae ony richt till.

Haud the tongue o' ye. Ericson 's to come here neist.' And the old lady laughed such good humour into her stocking-sole. The auld fowk they watch frae the warm ingle-cheek, But the bairns little think what the auld fowk are thinkin.

Whan the auld fowk sit quaiet at the reet o’ a stook, I’ the sunlicht their washt een blinterin an’ blinkin, Fowk scythin, or bin’in, or shearin wi’ heuk Carena a strae what the auld fowk are thinkin.

It canna be that auld Sicker Sawney is going at last?" "My eerta lad," said the intruder, "ye Sicker Sawney weel: can ye ho gie douce fowk their ain christened name.

My master's name is Alexander Moneys, an auld name and a respected; moreover he's portioner of Gripantauk, which his name has held since the persecution, and I'm his familiar Author: Club Book. The Sang O' The Auld Fowk poem by George MacDonald. Doon cam the sunbeams and up gaed the stourAs we spangt ower the road at ten mile the hoorThe horse wasna timmer the cart wasna strae.

Page. The Auld Testament is the name gien tae the ingaitherin o beuks that maks up the first pairt o the Christian Bible. Scholars for ordinar uise the term The Ebrue Bible. 1 Beuks 2 Pairts. The Scots fowk (Scots Gaelic: Albannaich), or Scots, is a naition an ethnic group native tae ically thay came frae a mellin o the Pechts an Gaels, incorporatin neebourin Breetons tae the sooth as weel as invadin Germanic fowks sic as the Anglo-Saxons an the Norse.

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To mah ain fowk ower yonder, In the sheiling by the burn. Ah see the cosy ingle, And the mist abune the brae: And joy and sadness mingle, As ah list some auld-warld lay. And it's oh. but ah am longing Fur mah ain fowk. Tho' they be but lowly, Puir and plain fowk.

Ah am far beyond the sea, But mah heart will evir be At hame in dear auld Ulster Author: Ulsterscot.

abaut agayn AGGY amang anudder auld lang seyne baith BARBARY barn BETTY clay-daubin's Cumberland cusen Dialect dunnet fadder fain feace fowk frae gang gangin girt Glossary hause heaam heame Hethersgill JENNET Josiah Relph lads lass leak leet leev leyke lile luik luive Lunon mair maks MARY meaad monie monny mudder ne'er neame neeght neet neist.

Back til auld claes an parritch. It's business as usual. Bide weel, betide weel. Everything comes to he who waits. Ilka cheil buckles his belt his ain gait. Every man does what suits him best.

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There was few fowk bidden to it, And as few fowk did come, And as few fowk did come. There was nae mair meat at it, Than a sheep's head but the tongue, Than a sheep's head but the tongue; And aye the bride she cried-- I pray ye lads eat some, I pray ye lads leave some. There was nae drink but a soup, I' the boddom o' a tun, I' the boddom o' a tun.

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