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Author Archives: caledoniapoems
On the 18th of September 2014, Our nation will hold it’s breath, For a Scotland made free, A final pardon from death. Yet it’s here in our hands, No need to inhale, If we unite as one Yes, How can … Continue reading
He crossed the line, with words sublime, He dared to share his dreams, With thoughts of roses, and stuck up noses, And lives ripped and torn at the seams. Whether ballad or verse, or traditional address, His thoughts in Scots … Continue reading
Too many days are lost, On dreams of something new, Fleeting thoughts are born, That will never make it through. Wasted moments in time, Shards and shreds of hope, Tiny trinkets of trivia, That help you to cope. A glance; … Continue reading
Can you crush a heart that’s broken, One that’s twisted, torn in two? Can you bleed a lifeless soul, One that’s meant to be with you? Can you stifle all the love? Suffocate the caring mind? Drain the thoughts of … Continue reading
There stands a lone Sycamore tree, Leaves swaying in the breeze, Beyond the snow topped mountains, Towering o’er with striking ease. The vast and luscious land, Spread out before my eyes, Pulls me ever nearer, As I watch the half … Continue reading
Suddenly I see it, For what it really is, And suddenly I notice, That time has gone amiss. An age of recognition, Is reflected before me, And I see in my eyes, A sadness that’s torn me. A moment of … Continue reading