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Poem by Robert Burns


Impromptu on an Innkeeper Named Bacon, Who Intruded Himself Into All Companies


At Brownhill we always get dainty good cheer,
And plenty of bacon each day in the year;
We've all things that's nice, and mostly in season,
But why always Bacon - come, give me a reason?

1791

Robert Burns


Robert Burns's other poems:
  1. For the Sake of Somebody
  2. Kenmures on and awa
  3. Ca the Yowes
  4. Song of Death
  5. On Lord Galloway (No Stewart art thou, Galloway...)


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