A Poem for Rabbie

Posted on January 25, 2014

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Robert Burns

Rabbie Burns picture courtesy of en.wikipedia.org


Burns Night today
oh Rabbie would be proud

People will recite and play
whisky drank by the crowds

Haggis will be eaten galore
neeps and tatties even more

Scotland will be partying through
their pride in their poet true

Glenfiddich, Talisker, Dalwhinnie
so many will be drank these whiskies

Happy faces all around
to celebrate a poet so sound

Rest ye well Rabbie Burns
know from all your poetry is learned

All across the world you’re revered
tonight your life to be cheered

And I’ll toast ye today
with a dram or two I say

Robert Burns
Born 25th January 1759-21st July 1796

*To learn more about Scotlands national poet please click here

If you ever visit Scotland and need a guide then the following link is worth a visit.

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