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Poem by Isabel Pagan


Muirkirk Light Weights


In Muirkirk there lives a taylor,
He scrimpit weight for greed of siller;
He scrimpit weight, he counts not fair,
Till hes made three hundred pounds and mare.
The oldest dealer he did say,
What will be said at the last day?
The taylor said, neer mind the last,
If we can but make money fast,
There will be large allowance gaun
For every dealer in the land.



Isabel Pagan


Isabel Pagan's other poems:
  1. Account of the Authors Lifetime
  2. Ca the Yowes to the Knowes
  3. The Crook and Plaid
  4. The Putting Begins
  5. On Burns and Ramsay


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