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Come Wattie while our hirsels feed thegither

DMI number:
15355
First Line:
Come Wattie while our hirsels feed thegither
Last Line:
Reik me my kent and let us hameward steer
Poem Genre / Form:
Couplet, Dialect verse, Dialogue, Eulogy, and Pastoral
Themes:
Death, Religion[Providence], Rural life[Rural responses to death], and Scotland
Content/Publication
Title:
The Caledonian Miscellany ... By Allan Ramsay; and other eminent Northern Bards [ECCO] [T64190]
Page No(s):
pp.11-18
Poem Title:
Gibbie and Wattie: Twa Shepherds. A Pastoral on the Death of Alexander Maben, Organ-maker in Edinburgh.
Attribution:
By Tho. Blair
Attributed To:
Thomas Blair
Title:
The Caledonian Miscellany ... By Allan Ramsay; and other eminent Northern Bards. 2nd ed. [T62598]
Page No(s):
pp.11-18
Poem Title:
Gibbie and Wattie: Twa Shepherds. A Pastoral on the Death of Alexander Maben, Organ-maker in Edinburgh.
Attribution:
By Tho. Blair
Attributed To:
Thomas Blair