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KDFCPlaylist: Ae Fond Kiss by Robert Burns performed by Nicola Benedetti, violinRory MacDonald / BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra

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Williamm49: TO A MOUSE. BY ROBERT BURNS

alphazbeta: New top story from Time: U.S. and Iran Clash Over Claim U.S. Warship Downed Iranian Drone

alphazbeta: New top story from Time: Iran Says It Seized British Oil Tanker, Escalating Tensions in Strait of Hormuz

Burns_Scotland: Burns was a popular and respected figure in Dumfries and his funeral attracted enormous crowds into the streets, here is the invitation to his funeral - which can be found at The Robert Burns Centre -

MHemstrom: I love scottish poetry, and I especially think that Robert burns.

PDSongBot: Auld Lang Syne Music: Traditional Scottish Lyrics: Robert Burns, 1788

ScotlandPhotos2: Photos of Alloway in Ayrshire Scotland for the poet Robert Burns and attractions at:

Diane_Watt: Variation on this, my grandmother remembered her grandmother saying her (great) grandmother threw Robert Burns out of her pub. I checked it out. She was indeed landlady of McLelland’s Inn in Mauchline when Burns frequented it.

ASOIAFQuotesGOT: “Lyanna had only been sixteen when she died, a child woman of surpassing loveliness. Ned had loved her with all his heart. Robert had loved her even more. She was to have been his bride.” Ned Stark

LULUBUNGAKU: O my Luve's like a red, red rose That's newly sprung in June; "A Red Red Rose" Robert Burns

crazyoverlord: It can be hard shopping online for books and suchlike in Chinese and Japanese. But let me ask. Is it just absurd looking for Japanese translations of the Tao Te Ching for example? I mean, is it like asking for an English translation of Robert Burns. Not literally, but..?

GGreeny62: The poet Guppyman recites his poem The way I wish in the house were the poet Robert Burns lived

hirquitallient: A set the fire alarm aff by accident the day at work n it’s taken me till noo tae realise a shoulda made a Robert BURNS joke... Kickin masel

Erik__Burns: I love Robert Stack’s voice

scottishtomes: The Complete Poems and Songs of Robert Burns

Bond25Official: James Bond. It is directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, who co-wrote the screenplay with Scott Z. Burns and Phoebe Waller-Bridge, based on an early draft by Neal Purvis and Robert Wade.[1] The film is scheduled for theatrical release in the United Kingdom on 3 April 2020.

EdinburghWH: In Hamilton’s 1830 monument to Robert Burns, we see the Corinthian order – the last to develop. Corinthian columns were thin and fluted, elegant and slender. The detail of the scrolls and acanthus leaves in the decorative capital is perhaps its most striking element.

KevinDMackay: If you can see something, you can change it. “Oh would some Power the gift give us, to see ourselves as others see us.” –– Robert Burns

PDSongBot: A Red, Red Rose Music: Traditional Scottish Lyrics: Robert Burns, 1794

CanadianForces: A Canadian’s Message Home, 1915: A sentimental verse from early in the First World War, inspired by Robert Burns’ poem “Auld Lang Syne”, offers a window into a Canadian soldier’s thoughts during the war. Be a part of history.

yellbana: To the employees of Kyoto Animation that have died already, and to those others who may succumb to burns or smoke in the coming hours, please rest in peace. You helped bring joy to millions of people around the world. Thank you.

JohnSjoholmLC: "US kicking NATO ally Turkey out of fighter program" by Robert Burns. July 17, 2019.

stonerdoom_bot: [r/stonerrock ] ROBERT BURNS (OFFICIAL PROMO)

Poem2Poem: O my Luve's like a red, red rose / That's newly sprung in June; / O my Luve's like the melodie / That's sweetly played in tune. - Robert Burns

IvknPresto: "And fare thee well, a while! And I will come again Tho’ it were ten thousand mile" Been reading some of Robert Burns' work and I've gotta say I'm motivated to create something today. With this weather, it'd be…

IvknPresto: "And fare thee well, a while! And I will come again Tho’ it were ten thousand mile" Been reading some of Robert Burns' work and I've gotta say I'm motivated to create something today. With this weather, it'd be nice…

IvknPresto: "And fare thee well, a while! And I will come again Tho’ it were ten thousand mile" Been reading some of Robert Burns' work and I've gotta say I'm motivated to create something today. With this weather, it'd be nice…

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As I went walking up and down to take the evening air,
(Sweet to meet upon the street, why must I be so shy?)
I saw him lay his hand upon her torn black hair;
(”Little dirty Latin child, let the lady by!”)

The women squatting on the stoops were slovenly and fat,
(Lay me out in organdie, lay me out in lawn!)
And everywhere I stepped there was a baby or a cat;
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