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Dissected Life Story ©

Stella
Fife, Scotland
2005

His Father grew flowers on gentle banks
Soft days half time school
No doubt barefoot in summer

Changes and town.. youth's desire
And rite of passage

Yet still Jean
Parish scandal. censure
Did he stand on a stool
I think not

French language
Outward looking

Quite the charmer
Ladies looked down from their window
In Edinburgh Town

'O A' the Airts' ringing in her ear
Jean stood alone
Bairns at her feet

The magnifying glass of fame
Dissected days of a poet


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