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    dots Submission Name: Lady Lindsaydots

    Author: Frank Maguire
    ASL Info:    57 / UK
    Elite Ratio:    2.26 - 1846/1390/288
    Words: 151
    Class/Type: Poetry/
    Total Views: 1481
    Average Vote:    4.0000
    Bytes: 976

       When I went to Scotland last year, I visited Lochiel, and a local man told me the story of Lady Lindsay.....I put the story to rhyme.

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    dotsLady Lindsaydots

    Lady Lindsay of Lochiel
    Bides far across the dell
    Where heathers grow, so high and low
    By the little wishing well

    Lady Lindsay lives alone
    In the dell down by the sea
    With a long lost love, she's thinking of
    To keep her company

    Lady Lindsay walks the lea
    As the wind blows through her hair
    She'll hope and pray, for yesterday
    With her true love young and fair

    Lady Lindsay loves him so
    And still she rues the night
    For reasons no, she let him go
    So far and out of sight

    Lady Lindsay longs for him
    When she bows her head each night
    As tears have ran, she hopes her man
    Will return and hold her tight

    Lady Lindsay labours so
    Yet she bides her time so well
    She'll contemplate, she'll hope and wait
    As she walks the sleepy dell

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      Aaah, the longing and the spirit of this lovely lass pervades this wonderful poem! The lore and spirit of Scottish dell linger here, in the mood and rhythm of the poem! The lonely spirit of the landscape mingles with the aloneness of the lady, imparting a wishful and beautifully longing mood to this fine verse! Outstanding!
    | Posted on 2008-01-09 00:00:00 | by Ron Cole | [ Reply to This ]

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