On this historic day of the triggering of article 50, this poem has been chosen to reflect one person’s view.
“Whenever the moon and stars are set,Whenever the wind is high,”
Continuing the story of the fatally injured Captain and Sir James Stuart…….
I was You, Paul Colvin 18/6/2016
“Of Melsetter, situated in the beautiful island of Walls.”
“He either fears his Fate too much, Or his Deserts are small, That puts it not unto the Touch, To win or lose it all”
“Last Sunday evening ORKNEY CAMERATA gave another of their superb performances to 267 people in the Cathedral.”
This week we are again featuring Burns by special request of Alec Ross columnist of Burns and Lincoln featured in theorkneynews.scot on Monday. Death and Dr Hornbrook True story (1785) Some […]
“Robert Burns is Scotland’s poet but he belongs to the world….I make no apologies for beginning my story about Burns not in Ayrshire, but in America.”
“Haughty in his disposition, and imperious in his bearing…Sir James Stuart lorded it over his vassals with a despotism worthy of the meridian of Algiers.”