Posted on May 21, 2016 by MichelleMarie
Category: Art by MichelleMarie Tags: ©MichelleMarie, Inspiration, Inspiration for you heart, Inspiration for your heart, Just sharing, Love, My thoughts
This is gorgeous M.
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Thank you A. I’m so happy to see you. 💕💕
You’re welcome. I made a point of getting round to seeing you today.
I loved it and thank you so much! 🙂
Ahhhh….. Robbie Burns…..My Love is like a red, red rose…… Hugs! ❤
Oh is that a singer? I have this song but by Eva Cassidy. It’s one of my favorites! 💕💟hugs to you! I’m happy you shared this! 😄
No, Luv! He is a renowned Scottish Poet….deeply revered in Scotland. He wrote the well known poem….
‘My Love is like a Red, Red Rose….’
Have a look here:
OH wow I love that it was a poem first here’s Eva’s song. https://youtu.be/arCs2Lw1Nu8
What is so amazing is that a friend of mine first shared Eva with me and she passed in 1996. She’s actually more known now in her death then when she was alive. I love this poem put to much. I’m happy to see this. I love poetry. Hugs and thank you for letting me know this. ღ I learned something new today! Yay! Hugs
My pleasure. Thanks for the link to Eva….
The Scots adore their ‘Robbie Burns’….even have a ‘Burns’ Night’ around 25th January each year. Great night of Festivities in Scotland.;) Hugs! ❤
I didn’t know this I really like that you shared this with me E. Hugs! 💕💕
Hugs to you too! ❧ღ❦❦
He also wrote a lesser known one that is rarely heard 😉
Auld Lang Syne
Oh wow A you are so smart you always seem to know so many interesting facts. I love that. I do love that song too. I went back to the song that Eva sang to see if she mentions this poet and she does not. I really love knowing this. I also love Auld Lang Syne. I like the way he writes. So beautifully! Poets and songwriters they are so closely related. I think! 😉 Have a super day.
He wrote “An Ode To A Haggis” as well :-d
Oh okay I’ll have to look that one up! I always love older poetry! 🙂 ღ
Oh, it’s not Ode to a Haggis, it’s Address to a Haggis. It’s here
oh yay thank you for the link! 🙂
You’re welcome 🙂
‘Bethankit’ hums. Grace hums….I love the translation. Bethankit. What a wonderful way of saying grace. Love this A. Thank you! 🙂
When I was at school, I was told the best way of saying grace was “Heavenly pa, ta” 🙂
Oh Yeah…..Heard universally…even if not known to have been written by ‘Robbie’…. 😉
We love Robbie. My friend Alastair recognized him too!! I love it when that happens! You guys are wise! ❧ღ❦❦ LOL Hugs
I’m sure you will have sung ‘Auld Lang Syne’. 😉 Hugs! ❤
Oh yes I like that song actually. Not only for New Years! 😀 Hugs! ❧ღ❦❦
I believe it was from a poem or folk song he read or heard once and adjusted it to make that.
Oh isn’t that neat how that happens? It goes around and around. Great writing lives on as we do what we are doing now sharing about it. 😀 🙂 You cheered me up A.
Probably an old folk song….Yes!
Beautiful Micki ! ❤
Thank you sweet man! I appreciate you so much! ❤ I know you know this but I always like to say it lest you forget! ❤
Of course seamlessly growing .. Too
Yes I love that seamlessly growing too! How beautiful! Wonderful addition! I hope all is well with you! 🙂
With ur blessings.. Everything is going good. How’s things with u
Well not so good health wise. I broke my L3 vertebrae trying to lift my girl when she fell so I’m recovering slowly! I’m not very patient when it comes to being still! LOL Oh well! It will all come in time. I know this! Have a blessed Sunday! 😀
Oh!! I wish u get well soon ..wanna share more. I will mail u all ..
Well thank you that is very kind of you. 😄😄
Hi John thank you so much Happy Sunday!
You are very graciously welcome and YOU have a Happy Sunday too.
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