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1939 ©

Stella
Fife, Scotland
2005

The segs on their boots sent
Shivers down the backs
Of those who watched them march

Their cheerful whistling
Of "Scotland the Brave"
Made old men remember
"The Flowers o the Forest"

The mill call to work
Called women now
The boys were gone.



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