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Scotland’s National Poet: Robert Burns

Edina! Scotia’s darling seat! All hail┬áthy palaces and tow’rs; Where once, beneath a Monarch’s feet, Sat Legislation’s sovereign pow’rs: From marking wildly-scatt’red flow’rs, As on the banks of Ayr I stray’d, And singing, lone, the ling’ring hours, I shelter in thy honour’d shade. – Robert Burns, “Address to Edinburgh” As an immigrant myself, I know … Continue reading