Remembering Scotland

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Remembering Scotland   

  The aromas of luxurious greens adorned the ruin

And wandering up the stairs had intense feelings

Chills and goosebumps and erector pili presented

The closer the emerging, the more intuition feelings


Here I’d been, in this place along ~ long time ago


The whispers of distant voices and conversations


Remembered laughter and thought of the dancing


Beer, wine and silver goblets, and sheer elegance


Gentleman in kilts, and fair maids with bosoms


Cajoling till dawn, Oh, the legends ~ long gone


And now Butter Cups adorn the stairs leading up


To a place once reserved for The Men of Highlanders


And, The charitable Sisters of Dawn, tended by day


Oh, longing for the ancient centuries now forsaken


Here I walk, three hundred years past such history


Visiting ghosts, and wondering could we have passed


Each other again, some later time and place, alas 


Venturing another lifetime, could they’ve too ~


Will we meet again, at this ruin on a hill?



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