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Poem by Robert Burns


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WEARY fa you, Duncan Gray-
  Ha, ha, the girdin ot!
Wae gee by you, Duncan Gray-
  Ha, ha, the girdin ot!
When a the lave gae to their play,
Then I maun sit the lee-lang day,
And jog the cradle wi my tae,
  And a for the girdin ot.

Bonnie was the Lammas moon-
  Ha, ha, the girdin ot!
Glowrin a the hills aboon-
  Ha, ha, the girdin ot!
The girdin brak, the beast cam down,
I tint my curch, an baith my ahoon;
Ah! Duncan, yere an unco loon-
  Wae on the bad girdin ot!

But, Duncan, gin yell keep your aith-
  Ha, ha, the girdin ot!
Ise bless you wi my hindmost breath-
  Ha, ha, the girdin ot!
Duncan, gin yell keep your aith,
The beast again can bear us baith,
And auld Mess John will mend the skaith,
  And clout the bad girdin ot.



                      Robert Burns


Robert Burns's other poems:
  1. The Bonnie Lass of Albany
  2. Peg-A-Ramsey
  3. Bannocks O Barley
  4. Damon And Sylvia
  5. On Cessnock Banks


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