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Poetry Map of Scotland, poem no. 235: Caithness

Caithness

If I could run headless through the barley fields
I would swim the green tide of land
to Watten, say, or maybe Bower
in the flat converted boglands… 142 more words

From the Province of the Cat #40 - The harness of Necessity

by George Gunn

This is the story of two working class soldiers who both died in battle. One was a crofter from Caithness and the other a weaver from Lancashire. 2,007 more words

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