Mon 30 June 2008, The Herald

Poetry Blog

By Lesley Duncan
Nightingales, alas, do not venture as far north as Scotland. Would they really outclass our native songbirds? In the opening stanzas of one of his most celebrated poems, Keats makes an almost mystic (though self-centred) case for the southern songster. - Lesley Duncan from ODE TO A NIGHTINGALE My heart...
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