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Saltcoats
by Tash Jane

I bet you have everything
You could ever gloat
All the pain you caused in the process
Well fuck it, I left that sorry pain in Saltcoats

And although I'm deprived of sleep
And feeble feelings in this downbeat
Memory of my hometown, where teachers still pray for me
But does God not know that by now, you were the only light I did need.

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Scot to the Bone - in Trump's own words
by Dr. Robert Ippaso

You know that I won
Some say I clear lost
Their whines so exhaust
Wrong man they just crossed.

How wrong they all are
Fools to a man
When I've only began
To work out my plan.


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Lines Written On A Bank-Note
by Robert Burns

WAE worth thy power, thou cursed leaf!
Fell source o' a' my woe and grief!
For lack o' thee I've lost my lass!
For lack o' thee I scrimp my glass!
I see the children of affliction
Unaided, through thy curst restriction:
I've seen the oppressor's cruel smile
Amid his hapless victim's spoil;
And for thy potence vainly wished,
To crush the villain in the dust:

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Recent Scotland Poems
Saltcoats
by Tash Jane

I bet you have everything
You could ever gloat
All the pain you caused in the process
Well fuck it, I left that sorry pain in Saltcoats

And although I'm deprived of sleep
And feeble feelings in this downbeat
Memory of my hometown, where teachers still pray for me
But does God not know that by now, you were the only light I did need.

Continue reading
Scot to the Bone - in Trump's own words
by Dr. Robert Ippaso

You know that I won
Some say I clear lost
Their whines so exhaust
Wrong man they just crossed.

How wrong they all are
Fools to a man
When I've only began
To work out my plan.


......

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Lines Written On A Bank-Note
by Robert Burns

WAE worth thy power, thou cursed leaf!
Fell source o' a' my woe and grief!
For lack o' thee I've lost my lass!
For lack o' thee I scrimp my glass!
I see the children of affliction
Unaided, through thy curst restriction:
I've seen the oppressor's cruel smile
Amid his hapless victim's spoil;
And for thy potence vainly wished,
To crush the villain in the dust:

......

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