Scottish poetry

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Scottish poetry is poetry fae Scotland. It includes aw forms o verse written in Brythonic, Latin, Scottish Gaelic, Scots, French, English an Esperanto an ony language in whilk poetry haes been written athin the bounds o modren Scotland, or by Scottish fowk.

A fair feck o early Welsh leeteratur wis producit in Scotland. Early Scottish leeteratur includit mony bards.

In the Middle Ages, thare wis makars at the keing's coort.

Efter the Ack o Union in 1707, there wis the vernacular revival wi Allan Ramsay an Rabbie Burns fur ensaumple.

At the stert o the 20t yeirhunner, there wis the Scottish Renaissance, follaein Hugh MacDiarmid.

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