Howard recites a few lines of Robert Burns for Scottish LambWatcher Andrew from Glasgow...
In the warm evening sunshine, and with a live studio audience of one doting lamb, Howard recites a few lines of thought-provoking Robert Burns as a tribute to Scottish LambWatcher, Andrew from Glasgow...
"O wad some Power the giftie gie us
To see oursels as ithers see us!
It wad frae monie a blunder free us,
An' foolish notions, see us"
"Asked why God made the gem so small,
And why so huge the granite?
Because, he knew mankind should set
That higher value on it."
"My mirth and gude humour, my coin in my pouch,
And my Freedom's my Lairdship nae monarch dare touch."
Here is Andrew's video response to his LambWatch dedication... Thank's Andrew! We love it!
thanks thats was great
Andrew,that was a wonderful response to Howard's poem You appear to have good web skills ...
Nice to hear you Howard. You have so clearly and confidentful voice. You realy look and sound like a poet or an actor. Thank you for introducing me (or maybe us) of this great poet which I did not hear before although he is known as the national poet of Scotland. Thank you for recognizing us the special Scottish dialect during the declamation to Andrew from Scotland. This is the [link] of Robert Burns in Wikypedia.
Howard very nice poem. Great response of Howard's poem.
did anyone notice Roy Cropper used this quote in last night's Coronation Street?
It was great to see and hear you on the cam Howard. You are both doing a fantastic job with that lovely lamb. Have you got a pet name for it yet?
Yes Dan, I noticed the quote in Corrie last night
Oh, so wonderful to see and hear you reciting poetry again, Howard. Bravo! Encore!!
Oh, Howard, it's probably two weeks since you did this, but I haven't been able to access it till tonight. It was wonderful to hear you. Once in a while, please give us some more!
KEEP UP THE GIFT YOU HAVE OF READING POETRY. WE LOVERS OF POETRY CAN'T WAIT FOR THE NEXT READING. I THINK ALL LOVERS OF POETRY WOULD LOVE TO HEAR YOU RECITE "IF" BY RUDYARD KIPLING OR "DO NOT STAND AT MY GRAVE " BY MARY FRYE .