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Poems, chiefly in the Scottish dialect

by Robert Burns

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The following trifles are not the production of a Poet, who, with all the advantages of learned art, and perhaps amid the elegancies and idleness of upper life, looks down for a rural theme, with an eye to Theocritus or Virgil. - Preface
'Twas in that place o' Scotland's isle; / That bears the name o' auld king Coil, / Upon a bonie day in June, / When wearing thro' the afternoon, / Twa Dogs, that were na thrang at hame, / Forgather'd ance upon a time.
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