A poem can be a thoughtful gift for a birthday, Christmas, an anniversary, retirement or thank you for a loved one or friend.
My poetry is written to be uplifting and evocative, reminding the reader or listeners of the joys of Scotland.
My poems have been very well received by readers of all ages and backgrounds.
DIGITAL DOWNLOAD – Please remember to check your spam/junk folder. The email will be sent as a PDF file. The 10 verse poem will be sent as 2 A4 pages unless an A3 format is requested.
CARD – Printed on 240 gsm high quality PLAIN linen textured white or ivory, A4 or A3 card (no jug or flowers). The poem is placed in a protective cellophane wrapper and posted flat in a cardboard backed envelope (A4) or rolled in a tube (A3).
PAPER SCROLL & PRESENTATION BOX – Printed on 100 gsm high quality linen textured ivory matte A4 paper, tied with navy ribbon in an ivory card presentation box. The 10 verse poem will be printed on 2 sheets of A4 paper.
Poems can be personalised with the names, dates and words of your choosing, up to a maximum of 50 characters (including spaces). A contact form displays after payment (about 10 seconds) for your choice as to personalised or unpersonalised.
FREE delivery within the UK via Royal Mail 1st Class.
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|Digital Download – 5 verses||£13.95|
|Digital Download – 10 verses||£17.95|
|White A4 print – 5 verses||£17.95|
|Ivory A4 Print – 5 verses||£17.95|
|White A3 Print – 10 verses||£21.95|
|Ivory A3 Print – 10 verses||£21.95|
|A4 Paper Scroll & Presentation Box – 5 verses||£21.95|
|A4 Paper Scroll & Presentation Box – 10 verses||£24.95|
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St Kilda’s rocky island outcrop hosts numerable underground
nesting burrows, where a summer colony of puffins are based,
The Highland’s aged oak barrels of iconic distilled aged amber
whiskey, smooth warning nectar to the taste.
The world renown monumental hexagonal volcanic obsidian
basalt columns of the outlying island of Fingal’s Cave,
atop towering deeply shadowed eroded rock sea arches,
carved and sculpted by tempestuous wind and wave.
A transient light summer breeze carries the plaintive calls
of distant sheep grazing high on a windswept upland moor,
the Glenfinnan Viaduct, a Victorian curving railway viaduct with
symmetrical elevated arches rising high above a valley floor.
The sweeping white curves of a stylish bridge connecting new
to old, Skye’s modern architectural mainland link,
the dark silhouettes of distant snow tipped mountain peaks,
highlighted with twilight brush-stokes of vibrant pink.
Glittering wet obsidian rocks governed by the tide’s daily
rhythm, embellished with green and red dulse seaweed,
an industrious sea otter shakes crystal droplets of water
from his sleek brown coat then settles down to feed.
In Glen Forsa, an isolated traditional bothy with a thatched
roof bleached white by mercurial Scottish weather,
the decorative speckled head with red waffles of a native
grouse appears above hibernating brown winter heather.
An ephemeral artist’s palette rainbow accentuates Eilean
Donan castle as it alights briefly on an outlying piece of land,
against an imposing scenic backdrop of magisterial austere
mountains, the remote scene breathtakingly grand.
Ebony still water reflects a reverse mirror image of copper
tinted conifers created by a cirrocumulus mackerel sky,
the lower green moss covered rocks of the Glencoe
Mountains softened, where low lying nebulous mist lies.
Striking woodland autumnal leaves of green, burnished copper
and amber are fleetingly painted by a radiant setting sun,
across windswept Muick Glen with exposed grass hillocks,
a brown hare speckled with winter white swiftly runs.
Carefully placed in a concentric circle overlooking Harray
Loch, grey sentinel standing stones tell of times past,
surrounded by beautiful scenery with constantly changing skies
and weather, you never tire of this glorious landscape so vast.