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Camac
Posted: 01-Feb-2008, 10:33 PM
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My FUNeral

When I am gone
And those I knew
Come to pay respect
Bid a last adieu
They'll find
No coffin or body
To view. No corpse laid out
With a waxen smile.
The only things that'll
Be in the room
M' Kilt, M' Medals,
And M' Badger Sporran.
Kind remarks that they
Think are due
Can be address tae
M' Broughan shoes
M' full regalia
"ll be laid out
Under the Flag
Next tae a keg
O' stout
And as they drink
And I hope get drunker
They'll make their toasts
Tae the daft auld bugger
They'll say out loud
With a knowing nod
Aye, a grand auld chap
(The miserable sod)
But what care I
For I'm nae there
I'm in Scottish Heaven
Drinkn' single malt
Eatn' black puddn
And bashn the Bloody English.

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Posted: 02-Feb-2008, 01:17 AM
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camac this poem sure made me feel better. I attended a funeral yesterday and this lifted my spirits a bit. I just wish he could of grown older...but this poem was great fun....Thanks for posting it.

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Posted: 02-Feb-2008, 08:53 AM
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02.02/08

Rindy;

It was not till this morning that I read about your loss and I am pleased that my poem helped a little. You have my deepest sympathy as it is alway hard to loose someone, especially when they are young and not had the time to enjoy life to its fullest.

May the Universe the Creator
Watch over and protect you
May the Earth our Mother
Comfort and nurture you
In your Journey through Life
And may the Spirits Of all
Who Have gone Before and
All who are to Come
Rejoice in your Travels

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Posted: 02-Feb-2008, 02:42 PM
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Peace be with you. Thank you.

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Posted: 14-Mar-2008, 03:26 PM
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Camac, I'm not waiting to toast ya man. I'be toasting to ya now, ya ole sod.
Here's to ya while ya can hear me!!!!!

Rindy, My sincerest condolences, a tad late but heartfelt.

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Posted: 14-Mar-2008, 06:57 PM
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QUOTE (UlsterScotNutt @ 14-Mar-2008, 03:26 PM)
Camac, I'm not waiting to toast ya man. I'be toasting to ya now, ya ole sod.
Here's to ya while ya can hear me!!!!!

Rindy, My sincerest condolences, a tad late but heartfelt.

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It just so happened that I was having a wee one, when I came on to your new poem, (it dose it for me).
So like Ulster saidÖhers to you man, while your still here.
Thanks Camac,
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Posted: 14-Mar-2008, 07:38 PM
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Thanks to all of you. I am raising a glass to all of you here and now! To wonderful friends. Slainte
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Posted: 19-Mar-2008, 06:47 PM
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Camac, I love your humor...verra FUNny typically scots.

Rindy, my sincere sympathy although late.LOA


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Posted: 20-Mar-2008, 07:14 AM
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Auld Ghillie wi a bowlt swuird an nikit dirk. Nae pay necessar juist ma fuid an a wee dram nou an than. Willint tae mairch agin ony Sassenach ony where. Na rinnin. I'm nae Longshanks an ma Kilt keeps fawin doun an I stammer ower ma sporran. Oh aye! I like ma parritch wi broun succar an I dinnae mairch ahint nae bluidy cuddie.


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