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> Oot The Windae, Poems about Glasgow in the 1950's
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post 29th Sep 2006, 07:47am
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You just have to read 'Oot The Windae' by David Reilly. He has turned all his childhood memories of growing up in Glasgow in the 1950's into verse.....it's absolutely brilliant. You can see a sample on his website www.ootthewindae.net


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Bowls oot the windae,
Tae cool the porridge,
An her upsters,
Beatin hur carpit,
The dust fawin ooer
The washin, an breakfast. sad.gif


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