“Harray, celebrated over the whole archipelago for the peculiarities of its inhabitants, their singular manners and customs, their uncouth appearance, and homely address.”
This week we are sharing two more of Paul Colvin Scottish Poet‘s poems, this time with an acknowledgement of Valentine’s Day. Don’t forget to get in touch and let us know if you […]
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Ah cannae dance like Fred Astaire Or shoot like Randolph Scott;Ah cannae wave ma curly hair Cause Ah’ve no got a lot.
They seem to the poetic mind as an army of giants, petrified by some sorcerer…
I do hope you enjoyed lasts weeks poem “An Orkney Odyssey” from Paul Colvin. As we have not yet received a poem from anybody I shall draw on another one from our […]
David Vedder: 1832 ‘Land of the whirlpool – torrent – foam,Where oceans meet in madd’ning shock;’
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Paul Colvin: Featured Poet: An Orkney Odyssey
Cary Welling having fallen in love with Orkney is now running a successful art gallery in the town.