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Autumnland

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Autumnland

Ye ancient land O’ bonnie hue
A bonnie haze on lochs of black
Divide the colour, take me back
To wash my eyes with Fall, imbue
The highlands with a McCulloch hand
Take me back to Autumnland

Softly, softly toes on glens
I trod the braes the peaceful host
The quiescent land of Wallace’s ghost
Once horror valleys shroud in the ben
A witness to yon fallen clans
Take me back to Autumnland

A rugged Skye of misty chill
A blanket cloud a calming bourne
From the mystic sea in gloam and morn
To a hazel lass in tartan twill
Proverbially by the shore she stands
Oh take me back to Autumnland

Oh let me freely stray the moors
Wind the strath of Gaelic roams
Before the low road takes me home
Still and steep in treasured lore
Aye take me back to Autumnland
Take me back to Scotland

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  1. Date: 10/29/2010 12:39:00 PM

    Thank you for posting your excellent poetry here at PoetrySoup so we all may read it Herb. May your weekend be one of much joy to you and may it bring inspiration to the end of your pen. Wishing you the best in any contestd you have entered or are going to enter this weekend. Love, Carol

  1. Date: 10/29/2010 9:31:00 AM

    Very sweet and touchy memories of the autumnland i.e Scotland, Herb

  1. Date: 10/29/2010 7:19:00 AM

    Hi Herb Alyètte . I walked the braes and glens in your beautiful words. Thanks, Eamon